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UMOM SSVF Housing for Veterans

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on 30 October 2012

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(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing Permanent Housing Crisis Street Hospital Prison "Doubling up" (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing Permanent Housing Crisis Street Hospital Prison "Doubling up" Housing First Prevention Emergency Shelter Transitional Programs Permanent-Supportive Housing Rental and Utility Assistance Military Family Relief Fund Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Rapid Re-Housing HOUSING FIRST FOR
HOMELESS VETERANS Barriers to Maintaining Housing Level of Intervention Poor Credit Evictions Owe $ to Landlord Inconsistent/insufficient employment Criminal History Mental Illness Substance Abuse Disability Fixed income Unemployment Insufficient Edu. CONTACS Shelter Hotline UMOM Emergency Shelter • What is MFRF?
o MFRF is a grant from the State of Arizonao Designed to provide rapid assistance to prevent homelessness and/or eliminate the risk factors of homelessnesso Able to provide financial assistance to cover basic living needs (housing, utilities, transportation), and can flex to provide other assistance as needed based on applicant s situation and request
• Eligibilityo Deployed to a combat zone since 9/11/01 or currently deployed to a combat zoneo Arizona residency prior to deploymento Hardship occurred during deployment or is caused, related orcontributed to by deployment
• Contact Travis Schulte at 602-234-8403 or www.azdvs.gov Transition in Place 602-263-8900 / 211 602-275-4533 x230 UMOM Grant and Per Diem Watkins Overflow Shelter- Low demand emergency shelter for up to 20 families each night.

Emergency Family Shelter - 80 units of emergency shelters with allowable maximum 120 day stay Eligibility
Determined by VA Liason
Have to register with VA
Other than dishonorable
Willing to accept services through VA
24 months of active duty
High barriers to housing
No or low income
Early substance abuse treatment
Disabilities that hinder employment
Must have dependent children GPD at UMOM
8 Units located at UMOM's main campus
Household can stay up to 24 months
Average stay: 100 days
Residents pay a fee of no more than 30% their income
Case Management with supportive services
On site wellness, childcare, and workforce development
Weekly contact with GPD Liason for VA referrals/assessments
Housing specialists to provide permanent housing options
Must maintain full time activity 602-275-4533 x230 HUD-VASH Madison Pointe Project Supportive Services for Veteran Families UMOM will provide permanent housing, subsidy, and support services for ten veteran families Disabled Veterans and their families with high barriers to housing
Located north of Indian School on 9th st
Clients will be able to participate in community events, will be close to the VAMC, and will have support staff on site
Contact Allison Ghan aghan@umom.org 602-275-4533 x230 602-275-4533 x230 SSVF Purpose Move homeless families RAPIDLY out of shelter or unsafe, uninhabitable locations into safe, affordable rental housing in the community Designed to:


OR Keep families in affordable rental housing by preventing a pending eviction Provides homeless families, assessed to have minimum to moderate housing barriers, with short-term rental subsidies and supportive services SSVF Eligibility Homeless or at risk of homelessness
Veteran must have served at least one day active duty
Discharge status other than dishonorable
Income is less than 50% of area median income (AMI)
Household is capable of sustaining permanent housing after short-term, intensive case management and/or financial services Target Populations: 1. Veterans with dependent children
2. Female veterans
3. Veterans under 30% AMI Veteran not in these groups are screened and will be served depending on caseload/resource availability SSVF Services At UMOM &
Save the Family Triaging for appropriate housing
Case managers work with clients to create a housing plan that may include: Housing search assistance
Income: develop budget and plan to increase income and savings, decrease debt
Employment: training centers
Financial assistance: assess needs on month-to-month basis and help with minimal amounts
Referrals to Community resources UMOM Shelter
1 year of shelter averages $24,000*
*does not include childcare

SSVF Rapid Re-Housing
Averages about $2,000 per family

SSVF Eviction Prevention
Averages about $900 per family Cost for Services Randy Hade SSVF Housing Case Manager 602-275-4533 x259
rhade@umom.org Prevention Emergency Shelter Transitional Programs Permanent-Supportive Housing Rental and Utility Assistance Military Family Relief Fund Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Rapid Re-Housing HOUSING FIRST FOR
HOMELESS VETERANS Level of Intervention CONTACS Shelter Hotline UMOM Emergency Shelter • What is MFRF?
o MFRF is a grant from the State of Arizonao Designed to provide rapid assistance to prevent homelessness and/or eliminate the risk factors of homelessnesso Able to provide financial assistance to cover basic living needs (housing, utilities, transportation), and can flex to provide other assistance as needed based on applicant s situation and request
• Eligibilityo Deployed to a combat zone since 9/11/01 or currently deployed to a combat zoneo Arizona residency prior to deploymento Hardship occurred during deployment or is caused, related orcontributed to by deployment
• Contact Travis Schulte at 602-234-8403 or www.azdvs.gov Transition in Place 602-263-8900 / 211 602-275-4533 x230 UMOM Grant and Per Diem Watkins Overflow Shelter- Low demand emergency shelter for up to 20 families each night.

Emergency Family Shelter - 80 units of emergency shelters with allowable maximum 120 day stay Eligibility
Determined by VA Liason
Have to register with VA
Other than dishonorable
Willing to accept services through VA
24 months of active duty
High barriers to housing
No or low income
Early substance abuse treatment
Disabilities that hinder employment
Must have dependent children GPD at UMOM
8 Units located at UMOM's main campus
Household can stay up to 24 months
Average stay: 100 days
Residents pay a fee of no more than 30% their income
Case Management with supportive services
On site wellness, childcare, and workforce development
Weekly contact with GPD Liason for VA referrals/assessments
Housing specialists to provide permanent housing options
Must maintain full time activity 602-275-4533 x230 HUD-VASH Madison Pointe Project Supportive Services for Veteran Families UMOM will provide permanent housing, subsidy, and support services for ten veteran families Disabled Veterans and their families with high barriers to housing
Located north of Indian School on 9th st
Clients will be able to participate in community events, will be close to the VAMC, and will have support staff on site
Contact Allison Ghan aghan@umom.org 602-275-4533 x230 602-275-4533 x230 SSVF Purpose Move homeless families RAPIDLY out of shelter or unsafe, uninhabitable locations into safe, affordable rental housing in the community Designed to:


OR Keep families in affordable rental housing by preventing a pending eviction Provides homeless families, assessed to have minimum to moderate housing barriers, with short-term rental subsidies and supportive services SSVF Eligibility Homeless or at risk of homelessness
Veteran must have served at least one day active duty
Discharge status other than dishonorable
Income is less than 50% of area median income (AMI)
Household is capable of sustaining permanent housing after short-term, intensive case management and/or financial services Target Populations: 1. Veterans with dependent children
2. Female veterans
3. Veterans under 30% AMI Veteran not in these groups are screened and will be served depending on caseload/resource availability SSVF Services At UMOM &
Save the Family Triaging for appropriate housing
Case managers work with clients to create a housing plan that may include: Housing search assistance
Income: develop budget and plan to increase income and savings, decrease debt
Employment: training centers
Financial assistance: assess needs on month-to-month basis and help with minimal amounts
Referrals to Community resources Randy Hade SSVF Housing Case Manager 602-275-4533 x259
rhade@umom.org Randy Hade SSVF Housing Case Manager 602-275-4533 x259
rhade@umom.org
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