Employment Opportunities for Homeless and Precariously Housed Individuals
|Agency:||City of Santa Fe|
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Oct 6, 2017|
|Due Date:||Nov 6, 2017|
See Bid/RFP documents for additional submission details.
Mission Statement: Human Services funding provides and maintains a "safety net" of services to meet the essential health and human service needs of the adult citizens ages 18+ of Santa Fe. The City of Santa Fe wishes to ensure that these essential services, which include primary health care, access to basic material goods and services like food and shelter, mental health counseling and related crisis services are available to our residents.
The Human Services Committee currently funds thirteen (13) organizations in three (3) priority funding categories: Adult Health, Behavioral Health, and Community Safety. The Human Services Committee is focusing on the constituent response to Santa Fes homeless population; this funding will focus on the Community Opportunities priority area, with an emphasis on:
Employment opportunities for Santa Fes homeless (staying in temporary emergency shelters, living on the street, living in cars, etc.) and precariously housed (couchsurfing and/or doubled up) community members, with:
- Wraparound services including referrals to services
- Transportation to/from job sites
- Supervision of participants
- Daily payments for work
- Collection of money from city panhandling meters which will be used to supplement participants work stipends; money collected will need to be documented and reported monthly with supporting financial documents to the Youth and Family Services Program Manager. Should meter program cease to exist, payment for collection services or services based on meter program will not be rendered.
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