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FY 2012 Section 811 Program NOFA

On May 15, 2012 the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) made available $85 million to state housing agencies to provide affordable supportive housing for extremely low-income persons with disabilities. This is the first time in the history of HUD's Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Program that funding was offered to state housing agencies that meet new eligibility criteria, including having a partnership with a state health and human services and Medicaid agency to provide essential support and services. The application deadline was August 7, 2012.

TAC learned that two-thirds of the states applied for this first Section 811 PRA Demo NOFA. HUD has published the list of states that applied on its Section 811 Program web page.  This tremendous response reinforces the need for permanent supportive housing for people with disabilities. 

bullet_pdf HUD FY 2012 Section 811 PRA Demo NOFA 

bullet_pdf TAC and CCD Press Release

bullet_pdf TAC NOFA Summary

bullet_pdf TAC 811 Rating Factor Summary

bullet_pdf TAC 811 Rating Factor Summary

bullet_htm  HUD Section 811 PRA Demo NOFA Q&A

bullet_htm HUD Section 811 PRA Demo NOFA Conference Call & Webinar

bullet_pdf TAC 811 PRA Demo NOFA Webinar Slides

bullet_htm TAC 811 PRA Demo NOFA Webinar Audio (6/6/12)

bullet_pdf CCD and TAC Webinar for Mental Health & Development Disabilities Directors (June 11, 2012)

bullet_htm CCD-TAC 811 Webinar for Mental Health & Development Disabilities Directors Audio

bullet_pdf CCD and TAC Webinar for CCD Members & Affiliates (June 13, 2012) 

bullet_htm CCD-TAC 811 Webinar for CCD Members & Affiliates Audio

 

More on HUD's Section 811 Program

HUD's Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Program is a critical program that assists the lowest income people with significant and long-term disabilities to live independently in the community by providing affordable housing linked with voluntary services and supports. The enactment of the Frank Melville Supportive Housing Investment Act of 2010 reforms Section 811, creating the opportunity to systematically develop thousands of new permanent supportive housing units integrated within affordable housing properties every year.

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