Funding and technical assistance to reduce housing instability for families at high-risk of child welfare involvement in Alaska, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin.
CSH is administering a competitive RFP process open to non-profit organizations, government entities (state, county, or city) or Tribal Nations in Minnesota, Washington, Alaska, and Wisconsin focused on identifying, designing, and implementing service and housing strategies co-designed with families and communities that:
- Reduce housing instability and risk of involvement with the child welfare system; and
- Reduce racial disparities and disproportionalities among families at the intersection of homelessness/housing instability and child welfare involvement, with a focus on American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
This grant program builds on the work led by CSH over the past three years with families and parents with lived experience of child welfare involvement, American Indian and Alaska Native child welfare experts, and three communities in Minnesota and Washington State.
Four applicants across MN, WA, AK, and WI will be selected to receive and participate in a 24-month package of technical assistance provided by CSH that comes along with $100,000 in grant funding to support the applicant andmulti-sector project partners in the implementation of their proposed intervention/initiative.
RFP Application Deadline
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