Harvey Public Services Program

Many Houstonians rely on the work of non-profit organizations for a range of services. These service providers help us build a more complete approach to Hurricane Harvey recovery. The Harvey Public Services Program provides funding to organizations that meet the essential needs of Houstonians.

Top priorities for services include:

Mental Health

Mental Health

Child Care

Child Care

Job Training

Job Training

Rental Subsidies

Rental Subsidies

Homelessness

Homelessness Services

Elderly Care

Elderly Care

Timeline

June 2019 4th Quarter 2019 3rd Quarter 2020 2021
1st Round Applications Announcement of funded projects 2nd Round Applications 3rd Round Applications

Funding for this program will be announced through a Notice of Funding Availability and application period. The first round of applications were accepted between June-July 2019, and awards were made in three rounds from January 2020 to August 2020. A second round of applications is expected to open in summer, 2020.

Review the first round NOFA materials.

AWARD RECIPIENTS: ROUND 1 OF APPLICATIONS

Public Services Activity

Organization NameOrganization logoServices ProvidedAward Amount
Avenue CDC Housing Counseling and Financial Coaching$300,000.00
BakerRipley Housing Case Management and Temporary Relocation Assistance$1,849,887.00
Houston Area Urban League Housing Counseling and Financial Coaching $300,000.00
Houston Area Women’s Center Serving survivors of domestic violence with a variety of services$655,180.00
NestQuest Houston, Inc. Voucher mobility services$276,044.00
The Montrose Center Workforce development and case management$415,980.00
The Women’s Home (Project 1)Homeless services$756,154.00
The Women’s Home (Project 2)Case Management$850,813.00
The Alliance Mental Health, Small Business TA, Child Care, job training$1,322,100.00
The Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation Housing counseling and home ownership preservation services$726,512.00
The H.E.A.R.T. Program Job training for adults with IDD$400,000.00
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Job training via partnerships $1,503,475.00
SEARCH Homeless Services Homeless services$1,112,789.00
Transmit Receive Labs, Inc. (TXRX Labs) Job training and education services$300,000.00
Houston Coalition for the Homeless Homeless Services$1,654,537.00
Home Builder’s Institute Job Training and Education Services$1,219,258.00
Houston’s Capital Investing in Development and Employment of Adults, Inc. Job Training and Education Services$600,000.00
SER-Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast, Inc. Job Training and Education Services$1,375,000.00
The Village Learning and Achievement Center, Inc. Job Training and Education Services$504,837.00

Documents

The Housing and Community Development Department will update this page with application guidelines and requirements as application rounds approach.

DocumentLast Updated
Program Overview November 4th, 2019
Program Guidelines May 9th, 2019