by Longview Housing Authority
Multifamily HousingMultifamily Housing
2014 Housing Seniors & Veterans
in Rural America
• Public Housing AuthorityPublic Housing Authority
• Cover four counties in rural SWCover four counties in rural SW
Washin...
• The veteran programs ofThe veteran programs of
Longview Housing AuthorityLongview Housing Authority
• Provides outreach,...
PERMANENT HOUSING
PROJECT BASED HOUSING
20 STUDIO APARTMENTS
REGIONAL EMERGENCY
HOUSING
• VETERAN INTERIM HOUSING
• SINCE ...
VETERAN HOUSING
20 UNITS
VETERAN HOUSING
4 UNITS
VETERAN HOUSING
1 UNIT (4 beds)
FUTURE VETERAN
OPTIONS
Con: Seven Funding Sources, Large Operation, Head Aches
The Stratford Arms – 20 unit $2.17 mil rehab of older building
Pro...
Funding – 7 Sources
Onsite Supportive Services
• VA Grant Per Diem Funded Services
• Extensive Case Management
• Veteran R...
Funding – 7 Sources
Project Funding
$489,600 Economic Development Initiative
$189,928 City of Longview-HOME Funds
$46,562 ...
Con: Shared Housing can have its downside
HEMLOCK 4PLEX – Four 2 bedroom units
Pro: Used for emergency & transitional for ...
VETERAN HOUSING
4 UNITS
Supportive Services
• VA Funded Services
• Emergency Housing Groceries Provided
• Extensive Case M...
VETERAN HOUSING
4 UNITS
Funding Sources
$71,000 Washington State Dept. of Commerce
$65,000 Home Depot Foundation
$23,147 L...
Con: Two miles from veteran service office
33rd House – 3 bedroom house purchased with Neighborhood
Stabilization Program ...
VETERAN HOUSING
1 UNIT (4 beds)
Supportive Services
• VA Grant Per Diem Funded Services
• Extensive Case Management
• Vete...
VETERAN HOUSING
1 UNIT (4 beds)
Funding Sources
$84,146 HUD: Neighborhood Stabilization Program
$40,000 Home Equity Loan
$...
Con: Tax Credit Project, rural location, “Not in my backyard”
lawsuits
Lilac Place – 38 unit $8.5 mil homeless supportive ...
FUTURE VETERAN
OPTIONS
Supportive Services
• Onsite case management provided by
outside service provider.
• Veterans recei...
FUTURE VETERAN
OPTIONS
Funding Sources
$6.5 mil Low Income Tax Credits
$425,000 Clark County Home Funds
$338,200 Federal H...
FINAL THOUGHTS ON VETERAN HOUSING
• KEEP LOOKING FOR WAYS TO CREATE HOUSING FOR VETERANS
• FIND MODELS SIMILAR TO YOUR PAR...
by Longview Housing Authority
Thank YouThank You
2014 Housing Seniors & Veterans
in Rural America
Multifamily housing and services for veterans
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Jon Dieter of Longview Housing Authority discusses his organization's multifamily housing projects serving rural veterans

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Multifamily housing and services for veterans

  1. 1. by Longview Housing Authority Multifamily HousingMultifamily Housing 2014 Housing Seniors & Veterans in Rural America
  2. 2. • Public Housing AuthorityPublic Housing Authority • Cover four counties in rural SWCover four counties in rural SW WashingtonWashington • Developed a variety of veteranDeveloped a variety of veteran housing programs & serviceshousing programs & services during the last 6 years.during the last 6 years. Who is LongviewWho is Longview Housing Authority?Housing Authority?
  3. 3. • The veteran programs ofThe veteran programs of Longview Housing AuthorityLongview Housing Authority • Provides outreach, housing andProvides outreach, housing and supportive services to veteranssupportive services to veterans throughout a four county ruralthroughout a four county rural region (4700 sq. mi.).region (4700 sq. mi.). Veteran IntegrationVeteran Integration ProgramProgram
  4. 4. PERMANENT HOUSING PROJECT BASED HOUSING 20 STUDIO APARTMENTS REGIONAL EMERGENCY HOUSING • VETERAN INTERIM HOUSING • SINCE Feb 2012: 58 HOUSED TRANSITIONAL HOUSING A partnership between: • STATE HOME FUNDS – Rental Assistance • VA PROGRAM – Services • 20 BEDS IN SCATTERED SITES • 10 BEDS TRANSITION IN PLACE • SINCE 2008:114 HOUSED SSVF - SUPPORIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES • SUPPORIVE SERVICES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY • LIMITED RENTAL ASSISTANCE • HOMELESS PREVENTION • SINCE Oct.2013: 20 HOUSED (10 PREVENTION) VASH VOUCHERS • VETERAN ADMINISTRATION SUPPORTIVE HOUSING • SINCE Jun 2011: 25 VOUCHERS
  5. 5. VETERAN HOUSING 20 UNITS VETERAN HOUSING 4 UNITS VETERAN HOUSING 1 UNIT (4 beds) FUTURE VETERAN OPTIONS
  6. 6. Con: Seven Funding Sources, Large Operation, Head Aches The Stratford Arms – 20 unit $2.17 mil rehab of older building Pro: For 1-2 Person Households, Project Based Vouchers, Peer Support Environment, Agency Landlord & Service Provider VETERAN HOUSING 20 UNITS VETERAN HOUSING 20 UNITS
  7. 7. Funding – 7 Sources Onsite Supportive Services • VA Grant Per Diem Funded Services • Extensive Case Management • Veteran Resource Center • Free Parking Passes VETERAN HOUSING 20 UNITS
  8. 8. Funding – 7 Sources Project Funding $489,600 Economic Development Initiative $189,928 City of Longview-HOME Funds $46,562 Weatherization/Solar Panels $175,000 Federal Home Loan Bank $180,000 Home Depot Foundation $800,000 Washington State Housing Trust Fund $291,000 Longview Housing Authority $2,172,090 Total Funding VETERAN HOUSING 20 UNITS
  9. 9. Con: Shared Housing can have its downside HEMLOCK 4PLEX – Four 2 bedroom units Pro: Used for emergency & transitional for men, women & families as needed, two blocks from veteran service office, agency owned VETERAN HOUSING 4 UNITS VETERAN HOUSING 4 UNITS
  10. 10. VETERAN HOUSING 4 UNITS Supportive Services • VA Funded Services • Emergency Housing Groceries Provided • Extensive Case Management • Veteran Resource Center
  11. 11. VETERAN HOUSING 4 UNITS Funding Sources $71,000 Washington State Dept. of Commerce $65,000 Home Depot Foundation $23,147 Longview Housing Authority $159,147 Total Funding
  12. 12. Con: Two miles from veteran service office 33rd House – 3 bedroom house purchased with Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds Pro: Used for emergency or transitional housing for single males or a family as needed, agency owned VETERAN HOUSING 1 UNIT (4 beds) VETERAN HOUSING 1 UNIT (4 beds)
  13. 13. VETERAN HOUSING 1 UNIT (4 beds) Supportive Services • VA Grant Per Diem Funded Services • Extensive Case Management • Veteran Resource Center
  14. 14. VETERAN HOUSING 1 UNIT (4 beds) Funding Sources $84,146 HUD: Neighborhood Stabilization Program $40,000 Home Equity Loan $10,000 Home Depot Foundation $134,146 Total Funding
  15. 15. Con: Tax Credit Project, rural location, “Not in my backyard” lawsuits Lilac Place – 38 unit $8.5 mil homeless supportive housing complex (available to veterans) Pro: Project based vouchers, onsite property manager & service provider, agency landlord, VERY LITTLE DEBT FUTURE VETERAN OPTIONS FUTURE VETERAN OPTIONS
  16. 16. FUTURE VETERAN OPTIONS Supportive Services • Onsite case management provided by outside service provider. • Veterans receive extensive case management from VIP
  17. 17. FUTURE VETERAN OPTIONS Funding Sources $6.5 mil Low Income Tax Credits $425,000 Clark County Home Funds $338,200 Federal Home Loan Bank $6,500 City of Woodland $900,000 Private Lender $400,000 Longview Housing Authority $8,569,700 Total Funding
  18. 18. FINAL THOUGHTS ON VETERAN HOUSING • KEEP LOOKING FOR WAYS TO CREATE HOUSING FOR VETERANS • FIND MODELS SIMILAR TO YOUR PARTICULAR AREA • PARTNERSHIPS ARE EVERYTHING • WORK WITH YOUR PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY
  19. 19. by Longview Housing Authority Thank YouThank You 2014 Housing Seniors & Veterans in Rural America
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