City of Salem – 04/27/22 11:30 AM
Funding recipients serve domestic violence, veteran, single, family and youth in Salem.
Salem, Ore. – The City of Salem received over $2M dollars in America Rescue Plan (ARPA) HOME funding to assist local for-profit and non-profit businesses that met the federal program’s funding priorities: crisis referral, crisis intervention, services to homeless youth, safety net services (domestic violence), new construction of affordable housing, and case management.
Local projects selected to receive Salem funding:
- Center for Hope and Safety, HOPE Plaza Project and Services for Victims of Domestic Violence – Hotline and Case Management: $250,000 for construction and $100,000 for case management
- Salem Housing Authority, Sequoia Crossing Project: $1.5M and $4,000 in project delivery costs
- Women at the Well, Case Management: $47,000
- Northwest Human Services, HOST Youth Case Management: $35,965
- St. Francis Shelter, Case Management: $60,000
The funding application cycle began in October 2021. In early 2022, applications and proposed projects were reviewed based on HOME-ARP eligibility and funding guidelines.
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