2000 Continuum of Care Applications to HUD

All programs were submitted to HUD for renewal

Project Sponsor

Program Name

First Year Funded

Federal

Funding A

Description of Program

Target Population

Point in

Time Capacity

Homeless

On Board of trusteesB

AIDS Housing Council

Supportive Housing

1997

$64,609

Case management

to people in housing

HIV positive homeless

65

yes

Care Alliance

Safe HavenF

1995

$554,089

Daytime Drop in and Residential housing for 26

Mentally ill

26

40 drop

yes

Care Alliance

Upstairs Program

1994

$56,520

Permanent Housing

Woman with Mental Illness

16

yes

Care Alliance

Woman’s CenterF

1996

$345,067

Day Shelter and Support Services

Chronic Homeless Women & Children

60

yes

Center for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (CPDV)

Supportive Housing

1994

$37,618

Support ServicesD for women in housing

Domestic Violence Victims Women

30

yes

Cleveland Housing Network (CHN)

SAFAH

1994

$109,542

Support Services for families in housing

Homeless Families

40

yes

Cleveland Housing Network

Supportive Housing

1989

$17,832

Transitional HousingE with support services

Woman with Children

5

yes

Cleveland Women

Supportive Housing

1994

$33,353

Support Services

Woman w/ children

64

yes

Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority

Y-Haven II

1995

$520,725

Transitional Housing with support services

Single men

41

yes

Continue Life

Supportive Housing

1994

$242,362

Transitional Housing with support services

Pregnant women and teens

16

yes

Family Transitional Housing (FTH)

Transitional Housing

1994

$107,351

Transitional Housing with support services

Families with Children

28

yes

Family Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing

Expansion

1995

$109,416

Expand Services and Childcare services

Families with children

0

yes

Family Transitional Housing

Aftercare

1997

$83,317

Support Services for families in housing

Families with Children

0

yes

Hitchcock Center

Transitional Housing

1997

$247,213

Transitional Housing with support services

Chemically addicted women

20

no

Mental Health ServicesC

(MHS)

Drop In

1997

$166,522

Support Services and drop in services

Homeless Mentally ill

75

yes

Mental Health Services

For Homeless People

Outreach and Payee

1995

$424,216

Third Party payee outreach to link clients to services

Homeless Mentally ill

200

yes

Mental Health Services

Safe Haven I

1994

$214,800

Residential treatment and housing

Homeless Mentally ill

8

yes

Mental Health Services

Safe Haven II

1996

$424,216

Transitional Housing with support services

Homeless Mentally ill

16

yes

New Life Community

Supportive Housing

1994

$46,500

Support Services for children

Homeless children

22

yes

University Settlement

Transitional Housing

1994

$52,434

Transitional Housing with support services

Large homeless families

6

yes

Volunteers of America (VOA)

Transitional Housing

1995

$230,326

Transitional Housing with support services

Single homeless men

26

no

Volunteers of America

Transitional Housing

1998

$88,875

Outreach and Additional Support Services

Single homeless men

0

no

A.       This is the federal share of these programs most get other support to operate these programs. HUD now requires a 25% match for all programs that receive Federal funding.

B.       Programs are directed to involve homeless people in the oversight of their programs, and Councilman Cimperman had proposed requiring all agencies that receive public funds to have homeless represented on their board.

C.       Program began operation in June of 1999 and therefore does not have a full year of programs. They were funded in 1997, but did not begin operations until 1999.

D.       Supportive Services are defined as assistance by social workers to provide GED, treatment, counseling, job skill, housing assistance.

E.       Transitional Housing is defined as up to two years of residential housing with placement into permanent housing after graduation.

F.       The County sent a letter to the project sponsor asking them to find a new sponsor to administer the program, but their application was sent to HUD for renewal.

Sponsor

Program Name

# Placed in Housing in 19991

Cost of each

Client housed

In 19992

Review and Ranking Score out of 330 total

Review score translated to academic scale

Current Contract Ends

# of Conditions by Review Committee5

AHC

Supportive Housing

54

$1,148

318

A

6/1/01

1

Care Alliance

Safe Haven

26

$21,311

231

C-

6/30/01

15

Care Alliance

Upstairs Program

18

$3,140

291

B

9/30/01

8

Care Alliance

Woman’s Center

41

$8,416

198

D-

 

13

CPDV

Supportive Housing

33

$1,140

320

A

8/31/01

2

CHN

SAFAH

26

$4,213

317

A

8/1/01

0

CHN

Supportive Housing

2

$8,912

320

A

8/31/01

1

Cleveland Women

Supportive Housing

74

$451

293

B

8/31/01

3

CMHA

Y-Haven II

29

$17,956

302

A

 

4

Continue Life

Supportive Housing

32

$7,574

280

B

 

8

FTH

Transitional Housing

143

$21,4344

316

A

8/31/01

5

FTH

Transitional Hsg

Expansion

--

--

313

A

10/31/01

8

FTH

Aftercare

--

--

308

A

 

9

Hitchcock Center

Transitional Housing

9

$27,468

292

B

8/19/01

8

MHS

Drop In

42

$3,941

324

A

8/31/01

0

MHS

Outreach and Payee

92

$4,611

311

A

 

1

MHS

Safe Haven I

7

$30,686

313

A

 

3

MHS

Safe Haven II

15

$28,287

321

A

 

3

New Life Community

Supportive Housing

91

$511

303

A

8/31/01

2

University Settlement

Transitional Housing

4

$13,109

267

B

8/31/01

13

VOA

Transitional Housing

726

$4,4337

300

A

1/1/01

1

VOA

Transitional Housing

--

--

279

B

6/1/01

5

1.       This is from the report each group submits to HUD. There is no independent verification or audit of numbers placed in housing

2.       This is the cost the federal government paid to place each household into permanent housing

3.       The figures from FTH were confused and so we averaged the 56 people placed in housing since 1995 at 14 per year.

4.       Again the budgets were confused so we added all grants together for FTH and divided by 14 families placed in housing

5.       Each committee member could submit conditions for renewal. This column is the number of comments submitted.

6.       No new units for expansion grant. Used total housed for the year for both grants added together.

7.       Added total budget for both grants and divided by the number housed.

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