1. Street outreach
Engagement, case management, emergency health & mental health services, transportation, services to special populations (veterans, homeless youth, DV victims, or those living with HIV/AIDs)
2. Emergency Shelter
Essential Services: case mgmt.., child care, education, employment, outpatient health care, legal services/representation, life skills training, mental health/substance abuse services, transportation, services to special populations Rehab & Renovation: of buildings to be used as emergency Shelter
Shelter Operations: rent, security, utilities, food, furnishings, equip., supplies
3. Homeless Prevention
Relocation and Stabilization services: short and medium term rent payment assistance, moving costs, application fees, security & utility deposits, rent & utility arrears, legal fees & representation, and staffing expenses related to homeless prevention activities such as:
Participation in HMIS.
Legal services/representation Credit repair
4. Rapid Rehousing
Relocation and Stabilization services as stated above. Short & Medium Term rental assistance as stated above. Services (financial assistance and service costs) designed to quickly move homeless individuals and families from emergency shelter or places not meant for human habitation into permanent housing.
5. HMIS (participation is mandatory) eligible expenses:
Hardware, equipment & software: software licenses, phones, faxes, furniture. Staffing: salaries for operating HMIS; data collection/entry, monitoring data quality, data analysis, reporting to HMIS lead, (CoC) training, implementation, Technical support, leasing office space, office overhead and., and travel costs to HUD sponsored trainings.