FINAL Meyer 2019 Housing Opportunities chart: Goals, Outcomes, Strategies
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2019 Housing Opportunities
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Annual Funding Opportunity
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Goal Who/what impacted? Outcomes Funding TypesFunding Amounts
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Goal: Preserve + increase the number of affordable housing rental units for priority populationsUnits of housingNew Units: Increased number of affordable rental housing units and homeownership for priority populations
CAPITAL FUNDINGCapital: Up to $300,000, sized in relation to the project size/number of units
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Preservation: Strengthened long-term physical and financial viability of existing affordable housing units
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Goal: Support the housing stability + success of priority populations People (Individuals, Households and Populations) Access: Increased access to available housing for priority populations PROJECT, CAPACITY Project and Capacity: $10,000 -$185,000 over 1-3 years and generally larger awards support multiple years; Collaborations: Up to $250,000 over 2-3 years
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Retention: Improved housing stability and retention for priority populations
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Advancement: Increased opportunities for priority populations to build the resources and skills necessary to advance toward their housing goals.
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Mitigate Displacement: Increased opportunities for renters and homeowners affected by displacement to remain in their existing homes or communities
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Community Influence: Communities most impacted by housing disparities are driving decisions around resources, policies and systems.
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Innovation and Scaling – Innovative and transformational strategies are developed and expanded
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Goal: Foster stronger, more equitable and more effective affordable housing systems and strategiesSystems (Systems of Care; Housing Sector, Networks and Organizations)Capacity: Strengthened skills and capacity of affordable housing organizations contribute to increased effectiveness, efficiency and long-term healthCAPACITY, PROJECT, GENERAL OPERATING Project and Capacity: $10,000 -$185,000 over 1-3 years and generally larger awards support multiple years; Collaborations: Up to $250,000 over 2-3 years;
General Operating: Up to $75,000 per year for 2-3 years and sized in relation to the organization's annual budget
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Collaboration: Increased coordination and alignment among a broad range of organizations and systems that impact residents’ lives and lead to better outcomes
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Equity Commitment: Equity Focus: Increased equity commitment among affordable housing organizations and improved understanding of how to advance diversity, equity and inclusion through their work
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Community Influence: Communities most impacted by housing disparities are driving decisions around resources, policies and systems.
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Policy and Systems Change – Increased affordable and equitable housing opportunities and reduced housing disparities through changes in public policy, systems and institutional practices.
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