New RFP Announcement: Housing Stability (ERAP) 2
Baltimore County announces an FY23 RFP for Housing Stability Services. Nonprofit and government organizations serving Baltimore County citizens are eligible to apply for grant monies to provide housing stability services (including housing navigation, case management, housing retention, credit repair, etc.) in an effort to maintain housing stability and assist Baltimore County citizens to remain stably housed. Baltimore County is making at least $2.6 million of its ERAP 2 funds available for this effort. Selected vendors will be prequalified to serve as contractors for these funds. Other funding sources may be added to this RFP in the future. Prequalified vendors would be eligible for those funds as well.
Interested vendors must submit their application for Prequalification by Monday, August 15, to be considered for this round of funding.
Housing Stability Services RFP
There are four components to the application:
- FY 2023—Housing Stability Services RFP Instructions
- FY 2023—Appendix I: Project Information and Prequalification RFP (Word)
- FY 2023—Appendix II: RFP (Excel)
- FY 2023—Appendix III: Required Attachments (Word)
Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) 2
Baltimore County announces a RFP for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 to 23 funding to create a pool of eligible contractors. Nonprofit and government organizations serving County citizens are eligible to apply for selection as a contractor to provide Emergency Rental Assistance Projects (ERAP 2), assistance to prevent evictions and provide housing stability through a combination of rental/utility arrearages, current rent and future rental assistance needs. Selected vendors will receive referrals directly from Baltimore County government, determine program eligibility of the referrals, collect any outstanding documentation to determine eligibility and make payment to the landlord/utility provider of available assistance.
The links below are the four components of the application, which will be accepted on a case-by-case basis from a qualified non-profit organization.
- ERAP Instructions
- Application Questions (Word)
- Application Budget Pages and Application for Financial Assistance (Excel)
- Required Attachments in Support of Proposal (Word)
Homeless Services, Public Services and Capital Project FY23 Grant Applications
Baltimore County announces grant opportunities for FY23 funding. Nonprofit and government organizations serving County citizens are eligible to apply for grant monies in three areas:
- Homeless Services Projects—Projects preventing homelessness or assisting those currently homeless
- Public Services Projects—Projects that address needs of low-income citizens in the area of employment, child care, health, education, substance abuse and welfare
- Capital Projects—Projects that serve people with disabilities or meet general community development needs
Generally, grants range in size from $15,000 to $200,000 annually. The County encourages applications from both new organizations and those who have previously received grant funds.
Please pass this information on to any organizations serving County citizens who you believe may be interested in providing comments during our public hearing or those interested in grant funding for FY23.
The links below allow applicants to download the necessary grant application documents for FY23 funding made available through federal, state and County funds. The largest source of funds is derived from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The Department of Planning uses the CDBG guidelines to shape its applications and the use of grant funds. Additional funding comes from the federal Emergency Solutions Grant, the State of Maryland and County General Funds.
COVID-19 Eviction Prevention Grant Applications
The application window for this grant opportunity is closed. The information below is illustrative.
Nonprofit and government organizations serving County citizens are eligible to apply for grant monies to prevent homelessness for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funded through Baltimore County’s allocation of Community Development Block Grant—Coronavirus eviction prevention funds can be used for subsistence payments (one-time or short-term) and for security deposits.
The County encourages applications from both new organizations and those who have previously received grant funds. Please pass this information on to any organizations serving County citizens who may be interested in eviction prevention grant funding.
The links below illustrate the necessary grant application documents for funding made available through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed into law March 27, 2020.