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Title 38: Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief
§62.20 Applications for supportive services grants.
(a) To apply for a supportive services grant, an applicant must submit to VA a complete supportive services grant application package, as described in the Notice of Fund Availability. A complete supportive services grant application package includes the following:
(1) A description of the supportive services to be provided by the applicant and the identified need for such supportive services among very low-income veteran families;
(2) A description of how the applicant will ensure that services are provided to very low-income veteran families for whom:
(i) No appropriate housing options have been identified for the veteran family; and
(ii) The veteran family lacks the financial resources and/or support networks to obtain or remain in permanent housing;
(3) A description of the characteristics of very low-income veteran families occupying permanent housing who will be provided supportive services by the applicant;
(4) An estimate with supporting documentation of the number of very low-income veteran families occupying permanent housing who will be provided supportive services by the applicant and a description of the area or community where such very low-income veteran families are located, including an estimate of the total number of very low-income veteran families occupying permanent housing in such area or community;
(5) Documentation evidencing the experience of the applicant and any identified subcontractors in providing supportive services to very low-income veteran families and very low-income families;
(6) Documentation relating to the applicant's ability to coordinate with any identified subcontractors;
(7) Documentation of the managerial capacity of the applicant to:
(i) Coordinate the provision of supportive services with the provision of permanent housing by the applicant or by other organizations;
(ii) Assess continuously the needs of participants for supportive services;
(iii) Coordinate the provision of supportive services with services provided by VA;
(iv) Customize supportive services to the needs of participants;
(v) Continuously seek new sources of assistance to ensure the long-term provision of supportive services to very low-income veteran families occupying permanent housing;
(vi) Comply with and implement the requirements of this part throughout the term of the supportive services grant; and
(8) Any additional information as deemed appropriate by VA.
(b) Grantees may submit an application for renewal of a supportive services grant if the grantee's program will remain substantially the same. To apply for renewal of a supportive services grant, a grantee must submit to VA a complete supportive services grant renewal application package, as described in the Notice of Fund Availability.
(c) VA may request in writing that an applicant or grantee, as applicable, submit other information or documentation relevant to the supportive services grant application.
(Authority: 38 U.S.C. 501, 2044)
(The Office of Management and Budget has approved the information collection provisions in this section under control number 2900-0757)
[75 FR 68979, Nov. 10, 2010, as amended at 80 FR 9611, Feb. 24, 2015]