With the generous support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, and in alignment with the United Way L.A. Home For Good Funders Collaborative, CSH is pleased to announce the award of grants to three nonprofit supportive housing providers to cover moving costs and related transitional services for tenants who wish to “move on” from supportive housing to other affordable housing of their choice.
The grant term and activities will be for one year. The evaluation period is two years.
The grantees will make vacated supportive housing units available to chronically homeless individuals, thus increasing availability of affordable housing in the Los Angeles area. CSH will provide ongoing technical assistance to providers throughout the initiative and invite leaders in the community to be part of an advisory committee to provide input and recommendations. A pilot study/evaluation will also be conducted as part of the Moving On Initiative.
CSH also invites feedback and direction from leaders in the community through invitation to the Moving On Initiative Evaluation Advisory Committee.
The Moving On grants have been awarded to DowntownWomen’s Center; LAMP, Inc.; and Watts Labor Community Action Center. The grantees serve diverse populations in important geographic areas of Los Angeles County.
A total of $122,500.00 in grants will be dispersed. The grants range from $17,500 to $70,000.
For More Information Contact
Gabriele Hooks, CSH Senior Program Manager, 213.623.4342 x 15