MRT Supportive Housing Nursing Home to Independent Living RFA

The MRT Supportive Housing Nursing Home to Independent Living RFA is posted on the DOH website at:

http://www.health.ny.gov/funding/rfa/1310280314/index.htm

RFA Release Date…………………………………………March 24, 2014

Letter of Interest Due…………………………………… April 4, 2014

Deadline to Submit Questions…………………………… April 4, 2014

RFA Updates and Questions and Answers …….…… on or about April 11, 2014

Applications Due………………………………………… May 15, 2014 by 4:00 PM

 

Minimum eligibility requirement 

Applications will be accepted only from not-for-profit corporations or government agencies authorized to do business and available to provide services in New York State. Attachment 2, Applicant Attestation, must be signed and submitted with the application to attest to meeting this requirement.

Preferred eligibility requirements

Applicants should have at least three years organizational and individual staff experience in the following areas or demonstrate the capability to establish a contractual relationship(s) with a subcontractor(s) having such experience:

  • Expertise and experience in working with individuals, with seniors, and people of all ages with physical disabilities;
  • Expertise and experience understanding issues concerning seniors and individuals of all ages with disabilities regarding their Long Term Care (LTC) needs;
  • Expertise and experience in the field of affordable, accessible, sustainable and integrated housing; and
  • Expertise and experience in management of a housing subsidy program.

All not-for-profit vendors are required to prequalify prior to grant application. Vendors are strongly encouraged to begin the process as soon as possible in order to participate in this RFA bid . To learn more about prequalification, go to the Grants Reform website (http://www.grantsreform.ny.gov/) where you can preview the questions and required documents.

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