The State of Texas, by and through the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), seeks qualified Respondents to be considered for funding through the Healthy Community Collaborative (HCC) Grant Program. HCC will support expanding Community Collaboratives which seek to serve the Unmet Behavioral Health Needs of persons experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of homelessness. Unmet Behavioral Health Needs can lead to homelessness, disproportionate resource utilization, and loss of productivity that impacts both individuals and society. HCC is designed to build formal Community Collaboratives to support the ongoing recovery, housing stability, and community integration of persons experiencing homelessness with Unmet Behavioral Health Needs. Through Grant funding and access to recovery-oriented services, eligible persons experiencing homelessness will be able to: Secure and maintain safe, permanent housing; Secure and maintain employment that results in income at or above 100% of the Federal Poverty Income Level; Build or improve existing relationships; and Achieve and maintain ongoing recovery.
Healthy Community Collaborative Grant Program (HCC)
Healthy Community Collaborative
March 4, 2021 — 10:30 am CST