Phfa - Wvhdf

Phfa - Wvhdf

June 13, 2019 Background: WVHDF/Federal Home Loan Bank Pittsburgh West Virginia Housing Development Fund (WVHDF) is a self-supported governmental entity Created by the legislature in 1968 Mission is to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities to the citizens of West Virginia Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh (FHLBank) is a government sponsored enterprise

Wholesale bank created to assure the flow of credit to member institutions to support housing finance and community lending Service area includes Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia Affordable housing mission Home4Good FHLBank and WVHDFs collaborative initiative to support projects, programs and activities that support individuals and families who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless $1,350,000 awarded in 2018 $1,350,000 allocated and will be awarded in 2019

$1.1 Million from FHLBank $250,000 from WVHDF Expected three-year commitment Participating CoCs will coordinate and prioritize innovative programs/projects that address gaps in coordinated care Program Goals Prevention and Diversion Innovative Solutions

Maintaining affordable housing options while finding alternative housing solutions for individuals/families in danger of becoming homeless. Provide resources to programs offering creative, new approaches to ending homelessness. Critical Need Fund activities that will provide the greatest impact and are determined to be most needed in the region/county. Home4Good Definition of Homeless For the purposes of the Home4Good RFP, homeless is defined as follows:

Persons who are sleeping in places not meant for human habitation (e.g., cars, parks, streets/sidewalks, etc.) Persons sleeping in emergency shelters Persons graduating from a transitional housing program specifically for homeless persons Persons being discharged from an institution or foster care with no permanent residence available Persons who would be discharged from an institution, if there was a permanent residence available Displaced victims of domestic violence or natural disaster Persons who are doubled-up and are in a situation of overcrowding, defined as: Unit Size No. of People Efficiency - 3 or more people 1 Bedroom - 4 or more people 2 Bedrooms - 6 or more people 3 Bedrooms - 8 or more people

4 Bedrooms - 10 or more people Eligible Entities Organizations eligible to apply include: Units of local government Counties Cities Nonprofit organizations (including faith-based nonprofit organizations) Redevelopment and/or housing authorities, etc. Economic/Community development/Housing organizations, etc. Eligible Funding Activities

Home4Good resources may be used to fund activities such as: Homeless outreach Services for transition-age youth Security deposits Rent/Utility assistance Employment/Transportation assistance Rapid re-housing Renovations to affordable units

Non time-limited supportive housing Transitional housing assistance Landlord engagement/outreach Coordinated entry support Skill development/Job training HMIS system enhancements Displaced victims of domestic violence or natural disaster Performance Objectives/Metrics

Award Recipients will be expected to identify, track and measure performance and outcomes related to funding All Award Recipients must collect the following Home4Good CORE METRICS: Number of individuals served Demographic data Age/Gender/Race Geographic dispersion of services Urban/Suburban/Rural Number of Veterans Served (if captured/disclosed) Number of Ex-offenders served (if captured/disclosed) Number of individuals identified as: Victim of domestic violence Person with disability Person with substance abuse issue

Performance Objectives/Metrics Award Recipients are also required to identify, track and measure anticipated performance metrics based on their proposed funding activities Performance metrics include: Reduction in number of individuals experiencing homelessness among:

Chronically homeless, Veterans, Families, Unaccompanied youth, etc. Reduction in the length of time individuals remain homeless. Reduction in the extent to which individuals, who exit homelessness to permanent housing destinations, return to homelessness. Increase in access to jobs and income among individuals experiencing homelessness. Reduction in the number of individuals who become homeless for the first time. Increase in successful housing placement. Increase in homelessness prevention. Continuums of Care Participation All 4 West Virginia Continuums of Care have agreed to participate Role of Participating Continuums of Care include: 1. 2. 3.

4. CoCs will invite proposals from district service providers and copy WVHDF on the invitations to participate CoC will receive individual proposals from their district service providers by July 26, 2019 CoCs will evaluate and rank proposals according to local unmet needs in coordination with local strategic plan(s) CoCs will contact FHLBank Pittsburgh member institution(s) to serve as co-applicant(s) to all proposals within their region Applicants may elect to secure a member co-applicant prior to submission to their CoC but is not required to do so CoCs will submit proposals using the CoC Proposal Cover Letter/Submission Form to WVHDF by August 30, 2019 FHLBank Member Participation FHLBank Pittsburgh is a cooperative made up of about 290 member financial

institutions All proposals must have at least one FHLBank member institution co-applicant Participating CoCs are responsible to secure member co-applicant All service providers may elect to seek a member institution co-applicant on their own behalf The list of participating member institutions can be found on the FHLB Pittsburghs website: List is organized by CoC region and includes contact information for each member FHLBank Member Participation Proposal Requirements

RFP Release Date on May 29, 2019 Proposals from Service Providers are due to Participating CoCs on or before July 26, 2019 Proposals from CoCs are due to WVHDF on or before August 30, 2019 Proposal Requirements Proposals must include and be labeled, organized electronically into folders, and submitted in the same order as indicated below. WVHDF may reject any application that is incomplete, or which fails to provide all information as described below:

1. Home4Good Program Application (Appendix A) 2. Narrative 3. Budget 4. Timeline 5. Home4Good Performance Metrics Form (Appendix B) 6. Partnerships 7. Organizational Documents 8. Home4Good Continuum of Care Cover Letter and Proposal Submission Form (Appendix C) for Continuum of Care Entities only 9. FHLBank Pittsburgh Home4Good Member Co-Applicant Form (Appendix D) Proposal Requirements 1. Home4Good Program Application (Appendix A) 2. Narrative Proposals must include a concise (one page) summary description of the overall scope of the proposal, highlighting the need and the expected impact of the funding consistent with the goals and eligible funding activities of this request for proposals. Each proposal should identify which of

the three program goals the application will support and explain how they anticipate the program will impact that goal. The proposal narrative should also include a summary of the applicants experience and capacity to develop and operate the proposed activity. The narrative must clearly identify the location of the service provider and the specific geographic scope (Municipality/County/Region) it expects to serve. Proposal Requirements 3. Budget Proposals must include a complete budget (including but not limited to the Sources of Funding Table and Sources and Uses of Funds Table) for the proposed program including each of the following: Total amount of funds requested, including whether proposal is all or nothing List sources and uses for matching and/or leveraging funds List percentage of funding support from other sources Status of the funding availability (requested/committed) Timeline access to sources of funds/matching or leveraging funds not yet committed Letters evidencing commitment of funding from ALL relevant sources must be included

Timeline for disbursements and expenditure of Home4Good funds Proposal Requirements 4. Timeline Proposals must show an overall funding timeline including: Anticipated milestones (dates) for the utilization of the funds Programs/projects should be prepared to begin implementation immediately upon receipt of funds. 5. Home4Good Performance Metrics Form (Appendix B) and additional detail to meet objectives Proposals must describe the Program Design and Measures and how the programs design and implementation will meet the goals and eligible funding activities of this request for proposals and the stated objectives outlined in the Continuum of Cares Strategic Plan. Proposals should also describe how the organization currently tracks and measures program outcomes. How the organization will use data-based practices to examine outcomes and track performance of households assisted using any of the measures listed in the Performance Objectives and Metrics section of this RFP Proposal Requirements 6. Partnerships Proposals should include documentation showing that the program/project will be implemented in

support of the participating CoCs strategic plan and in coordination with local organizations (ex: local government, nonprofit and for-profit organizations). f their role should be included Proposals should also include information detailing how the program/project will address the communitys unmet, critical needs in homeless services Any proposals which include FHLBank Pittsburgh member institution involvement, financial or otherwise, must describe that involvement in their application. 7. Organizational Documents Nonprofit organizations must provide documentation of tax-exempt status: Internal Revenue Service Letter Organization's Articles of Incorporation must be included Proposal Requirements 8. Home4Good Continuum of Care Cover Letter (Appendix C) For Continuum of Care Entities only 9. FHLBank Pittsburgh Home4Good Member Co-Applicant Form (Appendix D) Administrative Expenses - No more than five percent (5%) of the total amount of funds awarded will be used for administrative purposes. Administrative expenses include any costs not directly linked or attributable to the goals or operation of the Home4Good program.

Proposal Requirements Home4Good Program Application Program Application (Appendix A) Applicant Information Form Sources of Funding Form Sources and Uses of Funds Form Performance Metrics Form (Appendix B) Link proposal to H4G Core Metrics and Performance Objectives Anticipated impacts for each proposed program objective

Cover Letter and Submission Form (Appendix C) FHLBank of Pittsburgh Member Institution Co-Applicant Form (Appendix D) Co-application form required from each CoC district, optional for service providers Home4Good Funding Timeline 2019 RFP RFP Release Date May 29 H4G Webinar for Service Providers June 13 H4G Proposals Due to Participating CoCs July 26 H4G Proposals Due to WVHDF

August 30 Anticipated Funding Announcement December 31 *Awards will be announced no later than December 31st, but may be earlier Home4Good Compliance and Reporting Award recipients will be required to report on outcomes semi-annually Reporting requirements will vary based on the specifics of each proposal and the chosen Home4Good Performance Metrics Core Metrics data required for all proposals Performance Metrics data required for all proposals Required performance metrics to be based on proposed activities

WVHDF will upload a FAQs page with common Home4Good questions/answers Presentation is intended to capture the highlights of the program, for more program details, please see the Home4Good Program RFP WVHDF Website: Home4Good Contacts Contacts WVHDF Donna Martino [email protected] FHLBank Kate Swanson [email protected] Greater Wheeling Coalition for the Homeless

The Cabell-Huntington-Wayne Continuum of Care Amanda Coleman [email protected] Kanawha Valley Collective Lisa Badia [email protected] Traci Strickland [email protected] West Virginia Coalition to End Homeless

Zachary Brown [email protected] Thank you for participating.

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