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Request for Proposals for the 2015 Continuum of Care Competition

PIERRE, S.D. –   South Dakota Housing for the Homeless Consortium is currently soliciting pre-applications for permanent supportive housing projects for homeless individuals and families.  Eligible projects include:

  • New permanent supportive housing projects where all beds will be dedicated for use by chronically homeless individuals and families;
  • New rapid re-housing projects for homeless individuals and families who enter directly from the streets or emergency shelters and youth up to age 24.

Funding will come from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Community Planning and Development.  The Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) is available at  Information on the CoC Program can be found at  Funds can be used for new construction, rehabilitation, operating and leasing.

Be sure to carefully read the description for this funding program before completing an application.  Supportive Service expenses should be extremely limited and Supportive Service only applications are not eligible for submission.  The pre-application form can be found at

Application deadline is 5 p.m., (CDT), Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015.  Incomplete applications will not be accepted.  Pre-Applications can be submitted as an e-mail attachment to:, or fax the form to 605.773.5154 (attn:  Lisa Bondy), or mail it to Lisa Bondy, South Dakota Housing Development Authority, PO Box 1237, Pierre, SD  57501.  Only submit the pre-application.  Do not submit any other information or materials.



The South Dakota Housing for the Homeless Consortium was created in 2001 to help unify the people who provide services to the homeless. Throughout the years the Consortium has identified gaps and created programs and services that make it easier for people to make it on their own.  Since its initiation, the Consortium has received millions in federal funding to provide development, operations and supportive services to a variety of homeless programs across the state.