The King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS) Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to release the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Community Behavioral Health Rental Assistance. Up to $2.3 million is available through Washington State Department of Commerce funding. Applications are due on March 23, 2023, by 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time. CBRA provides long-term or bridge rental subsidies for people with behavioral health conditions who have recently been discharged from state or community psychiatric stays and their households.
Tag: Permanent Supportive Housing
As the year draws to a close, King County partnerships continue to open doors to new homes
This week, King County Executive Dow Constantine announced the upcoming opening for Health Through Housing: Salmonberry Lofts, a newly constructed building providing 76 units of permanent supportive housing in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. The building will welcome the first residents later this month and is operated by Chief Seattle Club, an organization with a local…
Continue reading ➞ As the year draws to a close, King County partnerships continue to open doors to new homes
Health Through Housing to Bring More Housing to the Region in the Coming Months
Health Through Housing is an initiative to rapidly acquire up to 1,600 units of affordable housing for residents experiencing, or at risk of, chronic homelessness while reducing racial-ethnic disproportionality. We’ve acquired nearly 1,000 units for at-risk and chronically homeless residents—housing that is dignified, connected, and service-enriched. The initiative reached a new milestone last month when…
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Onsite service providers chosen for three Health Through Housing facilities
Three Health Through Housing sites moved a step closer to implementation today with the announcement of the selection of the community-based organizations that will coordinate the 24/7 onsite operations at each location. The former Holiday Inn on Aurora and the former Extended Stay America on Stone Avenue, both in North Seattle, will be operated by…
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