SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $60 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR 38 UPSTATE NEW YORK COUNTIES WORKING TO END HOMELESSNESS

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $60 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR 38 UPSTATE NEW YORK COUNTIES WORKING TO END HOMELESSNESS
Funding Will Be Used to Help Non-Profits, Local Governments Relocate Homeless Individuals & Families, Promote Self-Sufficiency Programs

New York – (RealEstateRama) — U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand today announced $60,177,796 in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for 38 counties across Upstate NY that promote the goal of ending homelessness. The funding was allocated through HUD’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Program, which provides funding to nonprofits, as well as local and state governments, to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families and promote access to programs that encourage self-sufficiency.

Senator Chuck Schumer
Senator Chuck Schumer

“One homeless family is one too many, and we must do everything we can to help provide those truly in need with a place to live,” said Senator Schumer. “By supporting affordable housing initiatives in across New York State, and helping organizations work with homeless families and individuals to get them back on their feet, we can make a real dent in homelessness across the state. This is a sound investment in those organizations in our community who are skilled at helping those that are most in need.”

“No family should ever be without a place to call home, and these federal funds will help provide New Yorkers in need with the resources and support that can help them find safe housing and avoid homelessness,” said Senator Gillibrand. “We must support our local housing initiatives and programs that encourage self-sufficiency. Access to affordable housing is essential for the health of our families and the economic strength of our communities.”

HUD’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Program is designed to promote communitywide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, and State and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities by homelessness; promote access to and effect utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families; and optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness.


Below is a list of the Upstate New York organizations that will receive this funding:

 

Capital Region: $13,769,327

 

Albany County – $7,444,998

o   The Albany Damien Center, Inc. / Albany Damien Center PSH Program (2016) – $65,224

o   The Albany Damien Center, Inc. / The Madison Apartments FY2016 – $133,693

o   Albany Housing Authority / Albany County Department of Mental Health Tenant-based Rental Assistance (2016) – $62,850

o   Albany Housing Authority / Albany Damien Center Program (2016) – $62,850

o   Albany Housing Authority / CARES Shelter Plus Care (Yr 3) (2016) – $595,404

o   Albany Housing Authority / HATAS Shelter Plus Care (2016) – $256,030

o   Albany Housing Authority / Project-Based Rental Assistance for Homeless Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (Yr 2) (2016) – $52,375

o   Albany Housing Authority / Shelter Plus Care for Homeless Veterans with Disabilities (2016) – $291,127

o   Albany Housing Authority / Shelter Plus Care Program for Chronically Homeless Veterans (2016) – $75,897

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Operations at 280 Clinton Avenue (2016) – $21,400

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless Veterans (2016) – $46,509

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Rapid Rehousing for Homeless Veterans (2016) – $98,758

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Veterans House Addition (2016) – $43,977

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Veterans House Main (2016) – $64,712

o   Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. / Walter Street Residence (2016) – $44,734

o   CAPITAL AREA PEER SERVICES  / 100 Clinton Ave Apartments 2016 – $109,765

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Albany County CoC Planning Project (2016) – $147,242

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Albany County Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) – $48,463

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Albany HMIS Expansion FY2016 – $48,463

o   Equinox, Inc. / Project Break Free – $215,053

o   Equinox, Inc. / Project Independence – $64,888

o   Equinox, Inc. / Transitional Living Project – $184,010

o   Homeless Action Committee, Inc / HAC SRO – $75,854

o   Homeless and Travelers Aid Society of the Capital District, Inc. / Coordinated Entry (2016) – $22,285

o   Homeless and Travelers Aid Society of the Capital District, Inc. / Pathways I (2016) – $341,124

o   Homeless and Travelers Aid Society of the Capital District, Inc. / Pathways II (2016) – $390,419

o   Hope House Inc / Permanent Supportive Housing Program-HH2016 – $172,123

o   Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless / Interfaith’s Hope Through Housing – $60,163

o   Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless / IPH, HATAS, St. Catherine’s Collaborative – $400,304

o   Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless / Sheridan Ave Housing Project – $122,897

o   Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless / Sheridan Ave Housing Project II – $65,434

o   Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York, Inc. / Legal Aid Rapid Rehousing for Families FY2016 – $87,720

o   Rehabilitation Support Services / SAIL (FY2016) (NY0052L2C031508) – $77,652

o   St Catherine’s Center for Children / St Catherine’s Center for Children Family Supportive Housing Program – $63,403

o   St Catherine’s Center for Children / St. Catherine’s Individual Supportive Housing Program – $63,403

o   St. Peter’s Addiction Recovery Center / St. Peter’s Addiction Recovery Center – 22 Units- $260,434

o   Support Ministries, Inc. / FY 2016 Arvilla House – $96,078

o   Support Ministries, Inc. / FY 2016 Project HELP – $99, 357

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Schenectady County CoC Planning Project (2016) – $113,039

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Schenectady County Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) –  $30,571

o   Catholic Charities Housing Office / SHP St. Peter’s – $74,028

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Rensselaer County CoC Planning Project (2016) – $93,580

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Rensselaer County Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) – $16,983

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Columbia Greene HMIS Con (2016) – $12,068

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Columbia/Greene CoC Planning Project (2016) – $13,134

o   St Catherine’s Center for Children / St Catherine’s Columbia-Greene Housing 2016 – $76,990

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Points North Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) – $26,750

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Saratoga North County Planning Project (2016) – $46,049

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Warren, Washington, Hamilton and Saratoga Counties Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) – $35,328

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/Pibly 2016 – $345,280

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Dutchess County Portion of the Capital Region HMIS (2016) – $45,120

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Orange CoC HMIS (2016) – $65,809

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/MHA Orange 2016 – $114,920

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/Central Nassau 2016 – $115,471

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/Free 2016 – $103,032

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/HALI 2016 – $236,601

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/SAIL 2 2016 – $301,620

o   NYS Office of Mental Health / OMH/SAIL 3 2016 – $369,007

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Rockland CoC HMIS (2016) – $69,543

o   Corporation for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Inc. / Rockland County CoC Planning Project (2016) – $44,596

o   St. Peter’s Addiction Recovery Center / St. Peter’s Addiction Recovery Center – 22 Units – $260,434

 

Schenectady County – $664,948

o   Bethesda House of Schenectady, Inc. / Coordinated Entry Schenectady Co 2016 – $53,419

o   Bethesda House of Schenectady, Inc. / Liberty Consolidated 2016 – $256,166

o   Bethesda House of Schenectady, Inc. / Pathways to the Future 2016 – $128,936

o   Bethesda House of Schenectady, Inc. / The Lighthouse 2016 – $177,392

o   City of Schenectady / CDYMCA SHELTER PLUS CARE 10 BED (2016) V2 – $65,821

o   City of Schenectady / CDYMCA SHELTER PLUS CARE 20 BED (2016) – $131,642

o   Mohawk Opportunities, Inc. / Permanent and Supported Housing (2016) – $63,241

o   Mohawk Opportunities, Inc. / Permanent Housing for Chronically Homeless Persons (2016) – $82,294

o   Mohawk Opportunities, Inc. / Supported Housing Program (2016) – $134,631

o   New Choices Recovery Center / FY 2016 New Choices Recovery – 25 units- $284,179

o   New Choices Recovery Center / FY 2016 New Choices Recovery – 34 units- $380,769

o   Safe Inc., of Schenectady / Life Skills Program\Project Safe – $49,202

o   Schenectady Community Action Program, Inc. / SCAP Permanent Housing Program (FY2016) – $544,394

o   Schenectady Community Action Program, Inc. / SCAP Rapid Rehousing (FY2016) – $341,196

o   Schenectady Community Action Program, Inc. / SCAP Sojourn House (FY2016) – $169,065

o   Schenectady Municipal Housing Authority / SMHA Shelter Plus Care (2016) – $544,957

o   YWCA of Schenectady / ROSA’S HOUSE EXPANSION RENEWAL 2017-18 – $82,884

o   YWCA of Schenectady / ROSA’S HOUSE RENEWAL 2017-18 – $237,206

 

Rensselaer County – $3,107,635

o   St. Paul’s Center / FY 2016 SPC Permanent Supportive Housing – $79,310

o   Joseph’s House and Shelter, Inc. / Bert’s Place (2016) – $105,057

o   Joseph’s House and Shelter, Inc. / Bethune Program (2016) – $147,063

o   Joseph’s House and Shelter, Inc. / Coordinated Entry (2016) – $26,000

o   Joseph’s House and Shelter, Inc. / Homeless Outreach (2016) – $56,548

o   Troy Housing Authority / Joseph’s House (2016) – $164,502

o   Troy Housing Authority / Joseph’s House Supported Housing #1 (2016) – $120,872

o   Troy Housing Authority / Shelter Plus Care THA SP – $92,149

o   Unity House of Troy, Inc. / Permanent Supported Housing (309) – $71,281

o   Unity House of Troy, Inc. / Permanent Supported Housing (800) – $1,290,953

o   Unity House of Troy, Inc. / Rapid Rehousing (352) – $76,345

o   Unity House of Troy, Inc. / Unity House Consolidated (804) – $619,159

o   Unity House of Troy, Inc. / Unity House of Troy – 8 Units (305) – $99,158

o   YWCA of the Greater Capital Region, Inc. / Apartment Program – $130,208

o   YWCA of the Greater Capital Region, Inc. / Family Apartment Program – $29,030

 

Madison County – $41,249

o   Community Action Program for Madison County, Inc. / PSH Morrisville – $41,249

 

Greene County – $66,419

o   Community Action of Greene County, Inc. / Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Individuals 2016 – $17,082

o   Community Action of Greene County, Inc. / Supportive Housing for Homeless Families 2016 – $49,337

 

Columbia County – $282,312

o   COLUMBIA OPPORTUNITIES INCORPORATED / COI Chronic Homeless Project

o   The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties / FY 2016 2PS Permanent SHP for Homeless, Mentally Ill – $34,461

o   The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties / FY 2016 P2S Permanent Supportive Housing Project for Chronically Homeless, Mentally Ill – $31,507

o   The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties / FY 2016 Permanent Supportive Housing Project for Homeless, Mentally Ill – $159,897

o   The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties / FY 2016 PS1 Permanent Supportive Housing Project for Chronically Homeless, Mentally Ill 3 – $16,000

o   The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties / FY 2016 PS2 Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless, Mentally Ill – $31,507

 

Saratoga County – $1,393,810

o   Adirondack Vets House, Inc / AVH Permanent Housing FY2016 – $44,988

o   Adirondack Vets House, Inc / FY2016 TH – $44,988

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Community – Chronic (2016) – $36,510

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Community – Families (2016) – $18,257

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Community – Regular (2016) – $131,816

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Housing First – Chronic (2016) – $18,254

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Housing First – Regular (2016) – $112,817

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Shelter Plus Care Program for Homeless and Chronically Homeless (2016) – $14,583

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Shelter Plus Care Program for Homeless Persons with Mental Illness (2016) – $7,181

o   City of Glens Falls Housing Authority / Tenant-Based Shelter Plus Care (2016) – $20,353

o   WAIT House / Transitional Living Program for Homeless Pregnant and Parenting Youth – $93,462

o   City of Saratoga Springs / Shelter + Care  FY2016 – $303,933

o   Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Saratoga County (dba Wellspring) / NewView Permanent 2016-17 – $81,346

o   Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Saratoga County (dba Wellspring) / NewView Rapid Rehousing 2016-17 – $182,095

o   Saratoga County Rural Preservation Company / SCRPC Veterans Apartment House FY 2016 – $48,164

o   Saratoga County Rural Preservation Company / SCRPC Vets House FY 2016 – $203,196

 

Washington County – $105,817

o   Warren Washington Association for Mental Health / Housing First 3041 FY 2016 – $42,546

o   Warren Washington Association for Mental Health / Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Persons with Mental Illness (FY 2016) – $44,679

o   Warren Washington Association for Mental Health / Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless Persons with Mental Illness (FY 2016) – $18,592

 

Western NY: $12,164,057

 

Erie County – $11,635,692

o   Catholic Charities of Buffalo / Catholic Charities RRH 2016 – $192,245

o   Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. / Niagara County Shelter Plus Care – $111,112

o   Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. / Permanent Housing for Chronically Homeless – $238,873

o   Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Inc. / Supportive Housing – Substance Abuse – $200,720

o   EHS, Inc. / Evergreen Housing First Program – $218,794 – $218,794

o   EHS, Inc. / Evergreen Housing First Program II – $441,987

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Chronic Homeless Program 1 – $428,526

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Continuum of Care I – $1,922,657

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Continuum of Care II – $2,158,542

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Continuum of Care III – $211,583

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Shelter Plus Care VI – $319,632

o   Erie County Department of Mental Health / Supportive Housing Program IX – $163,290

o   Filllmore-Leroy Area Residents, Inc. / TRY – $68,701

o   Gerard Place Housing Development Fund Company, Inc. / Gerard Place Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Single Parent Families – $246,945

o   Hispanos Unidos de Buffalo, Inc. / Rapid Re-Housing – $195,162

o   Homeless Alliance of Western New York, Inc. / NY508 HMIS – $210,255

o   Homeless Alliance of Western New York, Inc. / NY508 Planning – $452,378

o   Lake Shore Behavioral Health / New Connections Safe Haven – $436,235

o   Polish Community Center of Buffalo / Matt Urban Hope Gardens – $427,273

o   Polish Community Center of Buffalo / Matt Urban Housing First – $767,342

o   Polish Community Center of Buffalo / Matt Urban Rapid Rehousing – $504,537

o   Restoration Society, Inc. / Rapid Re-housing for Singles – $542,744

o   Restoration Society, Inc. / RSI Coordinated Entry Assessment Project – $192,458

o   Spectrum Human Services / Spectrum Chronic Homeless I – $292,245

o   Spectrum Human Services / Spectrum Chronic Homeless II – $241,571

o   Housing Options Made Easy, Inc. / Catt. Permanent Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness – $150,831

o   Housing Options Made Easy, Inc. / Erie Permanent Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness – $205,201

o   Housing Options Made Easy, Inc. / Chaut. Permanent Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness – $93,853

 

Niagara County – $286,753

o   Community Missions of Niagara Frontier, Inc. / CMI Rapid Rehousing – $286,753

 

Cattaraugus County – $117,586

o   Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc.  / Empowering the Homeless Toward Permanent Housing Solutions – $61,703

o   Council on Addiction Recovery Services, Inc.  / NY 504 Planning Project FY2016 – $9,191

o   Council on Addiction Recovery Services, Inc.  / Shelter Plus Care Community Based Housing FY2016 – $106,692

 

Chautauqua – $124,026

o   Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc. / CoC Planning Project 2016 – $21,762

o   Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc. / HMIS 2016 – $20,976

o   DUNKIRK HOUSING AUTHORITY / Shelter Plus Care Project – $81,288

 

Rochester-Finger Lakes: $12,266,688

 

Monroe County – $11,858,613

o   Catholic Charities of Rochester dba Catholic Family Center / Lafayette Housing – $147,579

o   Coordinated Care Services, Inc.  / NY 500 CoC Planning Application FY2016 – $331,310

o   DePaul Community Services / Carriage House Renewal 2016 – $22,784

o   DePaul Community Services / Cornerstone renewal FY2016 – $77,939

o   Providence Housing Development Corporation / Providence Housing Development Corp. 50 Units – $442,444

o   Providence Housing Development Corporation / Veterans Permanent Housing Program – $173,730

o   Rochester Housing Authority / HMIS for RMCCoC – $251,880

o   Rochester Housing Authority / OMH/DePaul 2014 – $186,206

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/1630 Dewey Ave PSH-PBRA #23 – $262,340

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Andrews Hall PSH-PBRA #25 – $100,768

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/East House Phase II PSH-RA #19 – $119,349

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Frederick Douglass Apartments PSH-PBRA #24 – $31,972

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/JPC PSH-RA #18 – $123,581

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Monroe County DHS PSH-RA #5 – $2,224,265

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/OMH PSH-RA #16 – $80,792

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/OMH SPOA Chronically Homeless Phase II PSH-RA #17a – $14,746

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/OMH SPOA Chronically Homeless PSH-RA#17 – $125,694

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Salvation Army Chronically Homeless PSH-RA #12 – $390,965

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Son House PSH-PBRA #26 – $125,627

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Strong Ties PSH-RA #8 – $213,759

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Unity Chronically Homeless PSH-RA #13 – $139,671

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/VOA Family Housing Program PSH-RA #21 – $171,990

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/VOA PSH-RA #3 – $925,378

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/VOA PSH-RA #7 – $654,238

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/VOC PSH-RA #6 – $75,094

o   Rochester Housing Authority / RHA/Voters Block PSH-PBRA #20 – $74,239

o   Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach, Inc. / Frederick Douglass Apartments – $15,776

o   Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach, Inc. / Jennifer House – $81,524

o   Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach, Inc. / Nielsen House – $96,300

o   Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach, Inc. / Spiritus Christi Rapid Rehousing Program – $25,396

o   Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach, Inc. / Voter Block Community – $25,551

o   Tempro  Development co. Inc. / Andrews Hall – $27,777

o   Tempro  Development co. Inc. / Supportive Suburban Housing Initiative – $267,823

o   The Center for Youth Services, Inc. / Parenting Teens – $83,935

o   The Center for Youth Services, Inc. / Transition Age Youth Rapid Rehousing Program – $78,103

o   The Center for Youth Services, Inc. / Transition Age Youth Rapid Rehousing Program- Bonus Funding – $172,798

o   The Center for Youth Services, Inc. / Transitional Living Program – $129,288

o   Veterans Outreach Center, Inc / VOC 2012-2014 2 – $77,577

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / VOAWNY Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless at Cooper Union – $73,206

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / VOAWNY Permanent Supportive Housing – $242,770

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / Volunteers of America of WNY’s Permanent Supportive Housing – $151,240

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / Volunteers of America of WNY’s Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Individuals – $229,159

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / Volunteers of America of WNY’s Project ReDirect – $298,876

o   Wilson Commencement Park / Wilson Commencement Park Permanent Supportive Housing – $260,374

o   YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County / Family Rapid Re-Housing Project – $115,812

o   The Housing Council / GOW RRH 2016 Program – $87,813

o   Volunteers of America of Western New York, Inc.  / VOAWNY Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless – $58,003

 

Livingston County – $59,433

o   Chances and Changes, Inc. / SHP Permanent Housing Livingston FY2016 – $59,433

 

Seneca County – $156,216   

o   Lakeview Health Services / Lakeview SRO Tompkins – $33,980

o   Geneva Housing Authority / Finger Lakes Regional Shelter Plus Care – $35,631

o   Geneva Housing Authority / Finger Lakes Regional Shelter Plus Care II – $73,688

o   Geneva Housing Authority / S+C for the Chronically Homeless II – $12,917

 

Ontario County – $144,283

o   Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency / 2016 CoC Planning Grant – $23,000

o   Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency / HMIS – $21,185

o   Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency / Wayne County Permanent Supportive Housing – $100,098

 

Wayne County – $48,143

o   Wayne County Action Program, Inc. / “Success Center” Transitional Housing Program – $48,143

 

Central NY: $11,040,327

 

Cayuga County – $348,726

o   Arise Child and Family Service Inc. / Supported Housing Program FY 2016 – $113,151

o   Auburn Housing Authority / AHASPCRenewalApplication2016 – $34,560

o   Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency, Inc. / Rapid Rehousing for Families Program – $147,365

o   Chapel House Inc / Chapel House Permanent Supportive Housing 2016 – $53,650

 

Onondaga County – $9,739,387

o   AIDS Community Resources, Inc. / Rapid Rehousing for Youth (LGBT) – $146,573

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Catholic Charities Rapid Rehousing – $126,188

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Catholic Charities Rapid Rehousing 2 – $134,438

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Home at Last Supportive Housing – $299,310

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Path to Success Supportive Housing – $294,412

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Permanent Housing for Homeless Veterans – $119,231

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Permanent Housing for the Chronically Homeless 1 – $651,092

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Permanent Housing for the Chronically Homeless 2 – $649,128

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / Permanent Housing for the Homeless 2 – $54,558

o   Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, NY / PHH: Housing First for Individuals and Families – $611,773

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Recovery Permanent Supportive Housing Program – $300,310

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Recovery Permanent Supportive Housing Program II – $148,790

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Susan’s Place – $118,299

o   Chadwick Residence, Inc. / Supportive Housing – $262,581

o   Liberty Resources, Inc. / Permanent Supportive Housing for Individuals – $65,891

o   Liberty Resources, Inc. / Permanent Supportive Housing for Individuals and Families – $291,213

o   Onondaga County / CoC Planning Project Application FY2016 – $248,284

o   Onondaga County / HMIS Expansion (2016) – $20,000

o   Onondaga County / Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) – $148,611

o   Onondaga County / Supportive Housing Program – HMIS (Cayuga) (2016) – $15,769

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / FAST Housing – $206,464

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / Grove Point – $106,319

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / K.E.E.S. – $294,941

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / K.E.E.S. II – $115,994

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / K.E.E.S. III – $506,629

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / K.E.E.S. IV – $272,152

o   Syracuse Brick House Inc. / North Garden Permanent – 242,722

o   Syracuse Housing Authority / Continuum of Care Shelter Subsidy Renewal NY2016-47 – $674,598

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Dual Recovery Supportive Living Program – $192,735

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Homeless Assistance Case Management Program – $188,735

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Homeless Management Information System II – $160,456

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Rapid Re-Housing Program 1 – $156,725

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Supportive Living Program – $174,737

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County Supportive Living Program 2 – $103,825

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County TRA D-Contract – $454,240

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County TRA E-Contract – $724,432

o   Central New York Services, Inc. / Oneida County TRA F-Contract – $457,232

 

Oswego County – $362,376

o   Oswego County Opportunities Inc / OCO-PSH – $111,176

o   Oswego County Opportunities Inc / OCO-RRH – $251,200

 

Oneida County – $455,838

o   JCTOD Outreach, Inc. dba Johnson Park Center / JPA 5 – FY2016 – $109,319

o   JCTOD Outreach, Inc. dba Johnson Park Center / JPA IV – FY2016 – $108,468

o   Kids Oneida, Inc. / Evelyn’s House – $127,176

o   United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area / NY-518 CoC Planning Application FY2016 – $90,475

 

Cortland County – $134,000

o   Catholic Charities of Cortland County / Shelter Plus Care – $134,000

 

Southern Tier: $2,894,171

 

Allegany County – $88,890

o   Allegany County Community Opportinities & Rural Development / FY2016 RRH Supportive Housing Project I – $49,586

o   Allegany County Community Opportinities & Rural Development / FY2016 RRH Supportive Housing Project II – $39,304

 

Chemung County – $765,809

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / HSH – $149,626

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / New HMIS – $100,058

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / Permanent Housing Project – $105,042

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / PHP Permanent Housing Project – $44,512

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / RR Chemung SHARE – $92,306

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / RR Schuyler SHARE – $64,949

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / S+C Permanent Housing Project – $43,923

 

Schuyler County – $43,923

o   Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler / SHP Permanent Housing – $43,923

 

Steuben County – $569,110

o   Institute for Human Services, Inc. / FY 2016 Planning Grant NY 501 – $44,300

o   Steuben County / Steuben County S+C FY 2016 – $406,682

o   Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty, Inc / Livingston Supportive Housing FY 2016 – $50,479

o   Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty, Inc / Transistionals to Permanent Supportive Housing FY 2016 – $67,649

 

Tompkins County – $163,077

o   Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County Inc. / NY-510 CoC Planning Application 2016 – $11,262

o   Tompkins Community Action, Inc. / Amici House – $92,699

o   Tompkins Community Action, Inc. / Chartwell House – $41,835

o   Tompkins Community Action, Inc. / Magnolia House – $71,281

 

Broome County – $1,095,667

o   Binghamton Housing Authority / BHA/Lisle Ave Project Renewal – $106,896

o   Binghamton Housing Authority / BHA/OFB Project Renewal – $124,610

 

Chenango County – $167,695

o   City of Norwich Housing Authority / NH Shelter Pluse Care 1 – $167,695

 

Hudson Valley: $6,569,999

 

Rockland County – $1,317,789

o   The Salvation Army, a New York Corporation / Permanent Housing Supportive Services – $38,910

o   The Salvation Army, a New York Corporation / Safe Haven – $254,018

o   The Salvation Army, a New York Corporation / Barnabas Rapid Rehousing (RRH) – $219,408

o   The Salvation Army, a New York Corporation / HALE RRH for Families – $355,615

o   The Salvation Army, a New York Corporation / State Street Apartments – $245,843

o   Helping Hands Interfaith Coalition for the Homeless of Rockland County Inc / Helping Hands Rapid Re- housing 2016 – $162,647

o   Rockland County CoC / Permanent Disability Housing (2)(2016) – $60,507

o   Rockland County CoC / Permanent Disability Housing 2016 – $183,646

o   Rockland County CoC / Rapid Rehousing CD 2016 – $50,000

o   Rockland County CoC / Rapid Rehousing Program (2016) Renewal – $40,123

 

Dutchess County – $1,285,219

o   County of Dutchess / CoC Planning Project Application FY2016 – $38,977

o   County of Dutchess / HRH Home Base I – $162,594

o   County of Dutchess / HRH Moving On – $35,611

o   County of Dutchess / HRH Shelter Plus Care – $117,636

o   County of Dutchess / MARC Shelter Plus Care – $162,090

o   County of Dutchess / RSS MICA Shelter Plus Care – $196,875

o   Hudson River Housing, Inc. / HRH COACH – $148,419

o   Hudson River Housing, Inc. / HRH Garden Street Housing – $52,272

o   Hudson River Housing, Inc. / HRH Hillcrest House – $141,619

o   Hudson River Housing, Inc. / HRH Noxon Street Housing – $28,165

o   Hudson River Housing, Inc. / HRH River Haven Transitional Living – $41,079

o   Projects to Empower and Organize the Psychiatrically Labeled / PEOPLe Home Project FY16 – $94,284

o   Projects to Empower and Organize the Psychiatrically Labeled / PEOPLe Home Again Project FY16 – $65,598

 

Orange County – $2,495,773

o   Emergency Housing Group, Inc. / CoC Planning Project Application FY2016 – $81,294

o   Emergency Housing Group, Inc. / HONOR ehg (PSH) Bonus – $375,939

o   Emergency Housing Group, Inc. / HONOR Housing First III – $135,746

o   Emergency Housing Group, Inc. / Permanent Housing Bonus Money – $66,796

o   Emergency Housing Group, Inc. / Stephen Saunders Residence – $190,058

o   Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. / Family Supportive Housing FY 2016 – $144,307

o   Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. / Home To Stay FY 2016 – $261,482

o   Regional Economic Community Action Program, Inc.  / NY-602-REN Regional Economic Community Action Program – $600,952

o   Independent Living, Inc / Project Independence – $139,563

o   Independent Living, Inc / Project Independence II – $33,327

o   Safe Harbors of the Hudson, Inc. / Safe Harbors Cornerstone Residence – $171,006

o   Orange County / 2016 MHA Renewal NY0437 Enhance MH/DD – $74,592

o   Orange County / 2016 MHA Renewal NY0448 Individuals – $74,592

o   Orange County / 2016 RECAP Renewal NY0811 Veterans – $212,915

 

Sullivan County – $366,967

o   Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County / CoC 28-unit – $288,595

o   Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County / SHP 15-unit – $78,372

 

Ulster County – $1,104,251

o   Gateway Community Industries, Inc. / DC MICA FY2016 Renewal – $45,501

o   Gateway Community Industries, Inc. / DC VA FY2016 Renewal – $27,980

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / HUD MidWay FY2016 – $91,667

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / HUD S&C Families FY2016 – $140,248

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / HUD S&C SRO FY2016 – $320,725

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / HUD SHP Families #2 FY2016 – $65,886

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / HUD SHP Families FY2016 – $80,916

o   Family of Woodstock, Inc. / Rapid Re-Housing for Domestic Violence Survivors – $79,651

o   Gateway Community Industries, Inc. / WWC FY 2016- Renewal – $46,891

o   RUPCO / UCCOC Planning Grant 2016 – $33,982

o   Rehabilitation Support Services / OASAS Shelter Plus Care 2016 – $170,804

 

North Country: $1,473,227

 

Clinton County – $143,907

o   Clinton County Social Services Department / 516 CoC Planning Application FY2016 – $7,821

o   Clinton County Social Services Department / ETC 2016 – $22,817

o   Clinton County Social Services Department / Shelter North 2016 – $100,281

o   ETC Housing Corporation / North Country HMIS 2016 – $12,988

 

Franklin County – $52,272

o   Franklin County Community Housing Council, Inc. / FCCHC Homeless Program – $52,272

 

Essex County – $73,571

o   Mental Health Association in Essex County Inc. / 2016 PSHCH – $26,532

o   North Country Behavioral Healthcare Network / 2016 FEHC Planning Grant – $10,132

o   North Country Behavioral Healthcare Network / 2016 PNHC Planning Grant – $36,907

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