Resilience Hubs and Networks Grant

It is with great excitement we announce the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Resilience Hubs and Networks grant!

We have done extensive outreach throughout the State and have incorporated many of your ideas into this program. Thank you for your input.

To find out more about this NOFO, please visit the website at https://www.oregon.gov/odhs/emergency-management/Pages/resilience-grants.aspx. This site will provide background information on the grant, answer frequently asked questions and provide you with the opportunity to review the temporary Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs).

You may apply using the link on the website, or use this link to go directly to the application.   The application closes on April 30, 2024 at 11:59 P.M.  All applications are due before that time.

OREM will host two information sessions to answer questions about the NOFO and the application and give any input about the OARs before they are finalized.  These sessions will take place on:

We look forward to your questions and feedback.  If you need immediate assistance before the information sessions, please email your questions to: OREMGrants@odhs.oregon.gov.

Healthy Homes Grant Program Round 1 Funding

Request for Grant Application (RFGA) – Round 1 Funding – is now OPEN.  Please see the presentation from last month’s meeting for more information

 

Opportunity Notice

REQUEST FOR GRANT APPLICATION (RFGA)

OregonBuys # S-44300-00009255 OHA # 5795

Healthy Homes Grant Program Round 1 Funding

The State of Oregon, acting through its Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) requests Grant Applications from qualified individuals or organizations hereinafter “Applicants,” to provide an opportunity for funding under OHA’s Healthy Homes Grant Program.

The Healthy Homes Grant Program (HHGP) seeks to improve housing conditions and health outcomes for residents of Low-Income Households; preserve affordability and availability of existing housing stock by addressing deferred property maintenance issues; and help Low-Income homeowners and renters avoid displacement through access to home repair funds.

All application instructions and additional details (including informational webinar information) for this opportunity can be found at https://bit.ly/HHGPRFGA

For all questions related to the RFGA, please send your questions to: healthyhomes@odhsoha.oregon.gov

Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 Continuum of Care Competition

The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition occurs annually. Once released, communities have a limited number of days (about 80-90) to announce and complete a collaborative application on behalf of our region and select projects to fund as part of this application process.

To participate in the national competition for CoC Program funds, HLC must:

  1. Comply with HUD requirements for CoCs throughout the year, including registering for the national competition,
  2. Conduct regional planning and prepare a regional application for the national competition, and
  3. Hold a Local Program Competition to evaluate, select, and rank projects to include in the regional CoC application to HUD.

The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition occurs annually. Once released, communities have a limited number of days (about 80-90) to announce and complete a collaborative application on behalf of our region and select projects to fund as part of this application process.

To participate in the national competition for CoC Program funds, HLC must:

  1. Comply with HUD requirements for CoCs throughout the year, including registering for the national competition,
  2. Conduct regional planning and prepare a regional application for the national competition, and
  3. Hold a Local Program Competition to evaluate, select, and rank projects to include in the regional CoC application to HUD.
What's in the CoC's Application
Here are tips for those who wish to prepare for the 2024 annual funding cycle:

Tips for Organizations

  • sign up for HUD Exchange Emails
  • sign up for the HLC’s newsletters
  • reflect on previously submitted applications
  • review the internal wellness checklist
  • review last year’s materials

Tips for Projects Applying for Regional HUD Funding:

  • Reduce the number of persons experiencing homelessness
  • Be housing first projects
  • Center those with the highest vulnerability
  • Advance racial equity and reduce disparities
  • Impact system performance measures
  • Leverage cross-sector and strategic partnerships (for example: partner with organizations supporting older adults, veterans, youth, tribal members, health care entities, regional housing authority and others)

Steps and Time for NOFO Funding Applications

We will update this page as information is available in 2024.