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The Homeless Trust, in partnership with its network of partners and providers, has developed policies and procedures that guide the operations of the Continuum of Care (CoC) and set minimum standards for housing and service delivery for persons experiencing homelessness.

The Trust also collaborates closely with a number of organizations which offer primary care, behavioral health, career and other services for persons experiencing homelessness, including:

Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspections


Veteran’s Administration Resources


Critical Time Intervention Supervisor Resources


Critical Time Intervention Training 1 of 2

 

Critical Time Intervention Training 2 of 2

 

Pre-Critical Time Intervention Training 1 and 2

 

Social Security Online Benefits

 

Equal Access and Gender Identity Training

 

Legal Services of Greater Miami New Tenants Rights’ Ordinances Training

 

Refugee Services

 

SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR)


Shared Housing


Shared Housing Messaging and Matching Tools 

Access Point Training

 

(Published 6/03/2024)

Miami-Dade County, through the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust (Homeless Trust), is requesting applications to renew existing United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (USHUD) Continuum of Care funds OR apply for new federal funding to provide housing, support services, and other eligible activities benefiting persons experiencing homelessness, including persons fleeing Domestic Violence. A Collaborative Application will be submitted to USHUD in response to its Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Fiscal Year 2024 Continuum of Care Program Competition. Funding being sought as part of this solicitation is contingent on the Homeless Trust being awarded funds.

We invite currently funded and new non-profit providers, Tribes and government agencies including Housing Authorities to review this RFA and apply to renew existing projects or submit an application for a new project(s). THIS RFA IS SUBJECT TO THE CONE OF SILENCE, COUNTY ORDINANCE 98-106. In order to maintain a fair and impartial competitive process, the County can only answer questions at the Pre-Application Workshop and questions emailed to the RFA contact person. Respondents must avoid private communications with prospective applicants during the application preparation and evaluation process. Please contact the Homeless Trust if the Request for Application documents are required in an alternative format or language. Responses to this RFA are due no later than July 19, 2024 at 2 p.m. eastern standard time.

Please refer to the RFA and application materials posted below for instructions on how to compile and submit responses to this solicitation.

Miami-Dade County, through the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust (Homeless Trust) and in partnership with the Youth Voice Action Council, is requesting proposals for new projects as part of our community being selected as a round 7 Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) community. This competition will allow respondents to co-create new programs with young leaders to provide housing, support services, and other eligible activities benefiting youth and young adults experiencing homelessness.

The Homeless Trust will submit a Collaborative Application to the U.S. HUD through eSnaps. Funding being sought as part of this solicitation is contingent on respondents being selected by the Selection Committee appointed by the Miami-Dade County Mayor. The Request for Applications package is available on the Homeless Trust’s website under the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program tab on April 15.  

A Virtual Pre-Application Workshop will be held via Zoom from 2-4 p.m. on Monday, April 15. Join the Zoom Meeting online, or by dialing (786) 635-1003 and using meeting ID: 832 9904 6432, and passcode: 423749. We recommend that participants download the Zoom mobile or desktop application before attending. 

Attendance at the Pre-Application Workshop is strongly recommended. We invite tribes, non-profit providers, and government agencies to review the Requests for Applications (RFA) and apply for new project(s). The RFA is subject to the Cone of Silence, County Ordinance 98-106.

The deadline for submission of responses to this application is 2 p.m. EST on Friday, May 24. Please refer to the Homeless Trust website for instructions on compiling and submitting your response(s) to this solicitation.

(Published 7/29/2022)
Miami-Dade County, through the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust (Homeless Trust), is requesting applications for new projects to address unsheltered homelessness. This RFA is seeking respondents to apply for new federal funding to provide housing, support services, and other eligible activities benefiting persons experiencing homelessness. A Collaborative Application will be submitted to USHUD in response to its Special Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Continuum of Care Program Competition. Funding being sought as part of this solicitation is contingent on the Homeless Trust being awarded funds.

We invite currently funded and new non-profit providers and government agencies to review this RFA and submit an application for a new project(s). THIS RFA IS SUBJECT TO THE CONE OF SILENCE, COUNTY ORDINANCE 98-106. In order to maintain a fair and impartial competitive process, the County can only answer questions at the Pre-Application Workshop, public meetings or questions emailed to the RFA contact person. Respondents must avoid private communications with the Trust staff and board members during the application preparation and evaluation process. Please contact the Homeless Trust if the Request for Application documents are required in an alternative format or language. Responses to this RFA are due no later than September 9, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. eastern standard time. Please refer to the RFA and application materials posted below for instructions on how to compile and submit responses to this solicitation.



Addenda I

AddendaII

FY 2022 Special Application and Priority Listing

The Homeless Trust is issuing a competitive solicitation for Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing services; Technical Assistance services that support the Trust Board and staff; and Marketing, Public Relations and Media Relations services.

A PRE-APPLICATION WORKSHOP FOR INTERESTED RESPONDENTS WILL BE HELD at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 via Microsoft Teams meeting at:

Click here to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 254 583 770 889
Passcode: xgYzHk

Download Teams | Join on the web

Or call in (audio only)
+1 786-628-2782,,345328208#   United States, Miami
Phone Conference ID: 345 328 208#

Attendance at the Pre-Application Workshop is strongly recommended.

We invite existing providers and the public to review this RFA to determine whether this might be a viable funding opportunity.

Responses to this solicitation will be due at 2:00 p.m. eastern standard time on Friday, May 26, 2023.  Questions and responses must be emailed to Manny Sarria at Manuel.Sarria@miamidade.gov

THIS PROPOSAL IS SUBJECT TO THE CONE OF SILENCE, ORDINANCE 98-106. The Cone of Silence prohibits any communication regarding the RFA solicitation after is has been advertised. It is designed to protect the professional integrity of the procurement process by shielding it from undue influences prior to the recommendation of contract award. It also establishes a disciplinary and/or penalty process for those who violate the Cone of Silence. The Cone of Silence is lifted when the County Mayor issues a written recommendation of funding recommended through this solicitation to the Board of County Commissioners.


Addenda I


Addenda II

Continuum of Care (CoC) Policies and Procedures

The Homeless Trust, in partnership with its network of partners and providers, has developed standards of care, policies and procedures that guide the operations of the CoC’s housing and service delivery for persons at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Below are links to our standards, policies and forms, which can help prospective providers familiarize themselves with our CoC.

The CoC is a Housing First oriented continuum and aims to offer individuals and families experiencing homelessness access to housing regarding the complexity or severity of their needs and without preconditions or service participation requirements. Determine if your proposed project is Housing First oriented by reviewing both this checklist and this locally adopted Housing First Framework.

General Forms

Permanent Supportive Housing Forms

Rapid Rehousing Forms