A New York Update

#NeverForget
Today, we honor the people who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. We also salute the bravery of those who responded on that day, and those who have died from illness related to the World Trade Center rescue and recovery efforts.
Forensic Homeless Intensive Case Management Program New York City

Proposals due October 23, 2019
Agencies interested in responding to this Request for Proposal must submit a Letter of Intent to Bid to the OMH Issuing Officer by September 13, 2019. The Letter of Intent to Bid shall be non-binding.
The New State Office of Mental Health (OMH) announces the availability of funds, through a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, for the Forensic Homeless Intensive Case Management (ICM) Program. The ICM Program is designed to assist mentally ill homeless individuals returning to New York City from New York State prisons with accessing housing and developing skills to remain independent and in stable housing. OMH is making funds in the amount of $338,000 available annually for one award.

 

REMINDER: Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI) Proposals Due in Two Weeks!

For eligible applicants interested in submitting a proposal for OMH’s ESSHI opportunity, keep in mind that proposals are due September 25 by 2PM ET. NYS is issuing this RFP for the development and operation of at least 1,200 new units of Supportive Housing for persons identified as homeless with special needs, conditions or other life challenges. This RFP seeks to award the fourth year’s commitment of Governor Cuomo’s plan to develop 6,000 units over five years. NYS will award service and operating funding for units of housing developed to support the needs of individuals residing in the units.