Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program Department of Children & Families Office on Homelessness 2
Who is eligible to receive the HPRP? <ul><li>States </li></ul><ul><li>Urban Counties </li></ul><ul><li>Metropolitan Cities </li></ul><ul><li>U.S. Territories </li></ul>States and local governments may sub grant with private non-profit organizations. 3
Federal Grant Awards <ul><li>Allocated based on the formula used in the HUD Emergency Shelter Grant </li></ul><ul><li>Minimum award level of $500,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Required HUD approval of the grantee’s plan to use the grant </li></ul><ul><li>All funding must be under contract obligation to administer HPRP by 9-30-09 </li></ul>4
Florida’s HPRP Grantees 5 $805,614 VOLUSIA FL $3,392,918 MIAMI FL TAMPA TALLAHASSEE ST. PETERSBURG SEMINOLE COUNTY SARASOTA COUNTY POMPANO BEACH POLK COUNTY PINELLAS COUNTY PASCO COUNTY PALM BEACH COUNTY ORLANDO ORANGE COUNTY NORTH MIAMI MIAMI GARDENS CITY MIAMI BEACH Grantee Name FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL State $914,999 $635,485 MANATEE COUNTY FL $784,267 $727,072 MARION COUNTY FL $1,538,393 $7,468,222 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FL TOTAL: ALL FLORIDA Grantees: $65,297,986 $991,180 $881,538 LEE COUNTY FL $581,819 $2,779,039 JACKSOVILLE-DUVAL CO. FL $507,694 $625,671 HOLLYWOOD FL $1,222,920 $2,458,811 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FL $1,237,464 $1,734,021 HIALEAH FL $1,055,241 $567,404 GAINESVILLE FL $2,823,871 $852,872 FT. LAUDERDALE FL $921,665 $855,417 ESCAMBIA COUNTY FL $2,523,982 $888,850 COLLIER COUNTY FL $507,641 $1,579,569 BROWARD COUNTY FL $567,612 $644,208 BREVARD COUNTY FL $715,418 $21,507,109 FL STATE PROGRAM FL Amount Amount Grantee Name State
Distribution of the State’s Grant 6 Award statewide to address unmet needs which cannot be addressed with the HUD award or DCF awards. Awards to be made in June 2010. $8.6 M Allocate to those counties which did not receive a direct HUD award. Awards based on a state formula in June 2009. $12.9 M
2009 Awards by the Department 7 Wakulla Washington Walton Union Taylor Suwannee Sumter St. Lucie St. Johns Santa Rosa Putnam Osceola Okeechobee Okaloosa Nassau County $257,007 $391,523 $ 77,281 $ 17,709 $142,646 $859,928 $ 14,490 $ 41,403 $151,961 $477,807 $ 63,250 $309,429 $588,932 $164,300 $ 79,940 $ 47,226 Award $128,868 Liberty $190,381 Gadsden $ 72,494 Madison $ 47,671 Gilchrist $ 89,865 Martin $ 22,492 Glades Monroe $ 51,859 Gulf $ 47,927 Levy $ 42,165 Franklin $ 99,328 Lake $325,001 Flagler $127,183 Lafayette $ 52,122 Dixie $150,672 Jefferson $ 95,974 DeSoto $1,236,207 Jackson $323,265 Columbia $561,623 Indian River $587,094 Clay $473,053 Holmes $443,168 Citrus $359,949 Highlands $446,436 Charlotte $1,041,569 Hernando $ 38,086 Calhoun $131,437 Hendry $ 97,174 Bradford $527,878 Hardee $ 80,394 Baker $186,084 Hamilton $803,277 Bay Award County Award County
2009 Awards by the Department 8 Columbia, Hamilton. Lafayette, Suwannee, Union 15. United Way of Suwannee Valley Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie 14. Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council St. Johns 13. Salvation Army of St. Johns Monroe 12. Monroe County Santa Rosa 11. Families Count Osceola 10. Osceola County Okaloosa, Walton 9. Okaloosa Walton Continuum of Care Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Washington 8. Catholic Charities of NW Florida (Panama City) Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Sumter 7. Kids Central, Inc. Baker, Clay, Nassau 6. Emergency Services and Homeless Coalition of Jacksonville DeSoto, Glades Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Okeechobee 5. Highlands County Coalition for Homeless Flagler <ul><li>Flagler </li></ul>Charlotte 3. Charlotte County Homeless Coalition Franklin, Gadsden, Madison, Taylor, Jefferson, Liberty, Wakulla 2. Catholic Charities of NW Florida Putnam, Levy, Bradford, Gilchrist 1. Alachua County Homeless Coalition Counties Served Grantee
Contacts for Florida's HPRP Local Government Grantees <ul><li>The Office on Homelessness maintains a list of contact persons on our website at: </li></ul><ul><li>www.dcf.state.fl.us/homelessness </li></ul>9
Florida’s Recovery Web Site <ul><li>www.flarecovery.com </li></ul>10
For more information contact: Thomas Pierce, Director Office on Homelessness Department of Children & Families 1317 Winewood Blvd. Tallahassee, FL 32399-0700 (850) 922-9850 [email_address] 11
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.