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News Funding Available through DHCD's Economic Prosperity Agenda

Notice of Funding Availability
10/10/2017
  • Department of Housing and Community Development

 

 

Funding Availability

As part of its Economic Prosperity Agenda, DHCD has released an RFQ and an RFR. Please see below for details and forward to those who might be interested in responding!

Economic Prosperity Services Pre-Qualification Request:

The Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is seeking to identify and pre-qualify service providers that provide employment and career development services, financial capability, and/or education and training services. By creating a qualified contractor list, DHCD seeks to establish a quick, efficient, and cost effective mechanism to secure high quality and innovative services for a variety of DHCD programs all aimed at advancing DHCD’s Economic Prosperity Agenda. The vision of the Economic Prosperity Agenda is to ensure subsidized housing serves as a platform for economic prosperity. The goal is to create housing policy and practice that catalyzes economic mobility for 1,000 families working families who are securely housed. Recognizing that no one size fits all, DHCD will expand its existing programs and create new programs that give our subsidized housing population the tools to earn and keep more money.

Click on the bid number to access the RFQ: BD-18-1076-OCDDE-OCD01-20415

Pathways to Prosperity

The Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is seeking proposals from qualified providers to recruit and connect youth ages 18-24 living in subsidized housing in the Boston area to programs and services that help them obtain employment and a sustaining wage. There are at least 1900 youth aged 18-24 living in subsidized housing in the Boston area who are not in school and may benefit from these services.

Click on the bid number to access the RFR: BD-18-1076-OCDDE-OCD01-20418

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