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This only pertains to programs that are licensed by the State such as day care facilities, group homes, therapeutic foster care settings etc. If your program does not require a state license then you would select "no" on the application.
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All information was covered at the Kickoff Meeting. Please refer to the recording of the Kickoff Meeting.
This was demonstrated at the Kickoff Meeting. You can also download the instructions for completing you application in CDS.
Yes. You may submit an application for each program that fits the funding criteria. Do not put more than one program per application.
There is no maximum funding amout.
A municipal corporation may apply, as well as non-profit organizations.
Community benefit is a term we use to refer to programs/projects that empower people and communities to design solutions to address their own unique needs. It is a concept we use in our Community Development Block Grant funding which identifies areas of service by census tract. If the proposed program does not limit service to a census tract then you may indicate that in your response.
Neighborhood intervention are program/projects that seek to serve one specific area of the City and how the applicant determined that particular area to serve. Sources could be community input, client surveys, census report, relevant city or county data.