|May 25, 2017, City Council Regular Meeting|
Motion to Adopt a Resolution for the City Manager to Execute Grant Agreements with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and Union Mission, Inc.
The City of Savannah has been awarded two FY2016 Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS Competitive (HOPWA-C) grants, on behalf of the project sponsor, Union Mission, Inc., from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) totaling $954,974.00.
The two grants are awarded to provide permanent supportive housing for 250 low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS. The programs are:
1. Project House Call Program: $685,696
2. Daniel-Flagg Villas Program: $269,278
Services provided through both grants include short-term rent, mortgage, and utility payments, case management, support groups, counseling sessions, primary health care, and social support activities.
The Resolution authorizes the City Manager to execute an agreement with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and to enter into an agreement with the project sponsor, Union Mission, Inc.
Kerri Reid, Community Planning and Development
City to retain $26,045.00 in grantee administrative fees.
Union Mission Resolution.pdf
HOPWA- Project House Call.pdf
HOPWA- Daniel Flagg Villas.pdf