Louisville Metro Government Office of Resilience and Community Services
CARES Act Supplemental HUD Grant Funding Subrecipient Application Process
Orientation Recording: Click Here
Notice of Funding Availability: https://louisvilleky.gov/news/city%E2%80%99s-hud-cares-act-supplemental-...
Link to Application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HUDLMGCV
Application Open Date: June 5, 2020 @ 9AM
Application Close Date: June 19, 2020 @ 5PM
FY21 Application Guide: **Application Guide contains text of all questions**
Link to Guide:
FY21 Application Budget Template:
Application Orientation Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 from 2 - 3:30 p.m.
An application orientation & question session will be held online through Webex. RSVP here.
Project Service Categories:
RCS will accept applications for CARES Act funding from eligible organizations that can operate programs which address the categories of services listed below. Organizations are permitted to apply more than once if they wish to operate more than one project. Different categories can be included in the same project.
1. Services for Persons Currently in Housing (Homelessness Prevention)
a. Summary: Services designed to keep a person/family in their current housing.
b. Possible activities within service category: Transportation (participant & worker), Rental assistance, Utility assistance, Payee Services, Eviction court case managers, Other prevention activities eligible under federal ESG, CDBG, or HOPWA regulations
2. Services for Persons who are Currently Homeless
a. Summary: Services to provide aid to persons who are currently homeless.
b. Possible activities within category: Transportation (participant & worker), Technology for outreach (phones, tablets, devices to facilitate data recording, etc.), Emergency shelter operating expenses, Participant case management, Hotel/motel vouchers for participants , Other services for persons who are currently homeless eligible under federal ESG, CDBG, or HOPWA regulations
3. Rehousing Services
a. Summary: Services to prevent homelessness by finding more affordable/adequate housing for a single person/family OR to re-house a single person/family who lost housing.
b. Possible activities within category: Rapid Re-housing programs for single persons and/or families who have recently started experiencing homelessness, Supportive re-housing programs for persons and/or families who are currently homeless, Relocation services for single persons and/or families at imminent risk of homelessness, Other rehousing services eligible under federal ESG, CDBG, or HOPWA regulations
4. Services Only for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS
a. Most combinations of services offered above, with the restriction that services must only be provided to households earning 80% of the area median income or less and have a member living with HIV/AIDS as documented in accordance with HOPWA-CV standards.
Eligibility: See Application Guide (Link) for details about eligibility requirements. However, for highlights: only registered 501(C)(3) organizations which operate relevant programs & are in good standing with the IRS, Metro Revenue Commission, and are not otherwise barred from receiving federal funds are eligible for this opportunity.
Please submit all questions/correspondences to:
Grants Contract Coordinator