Through a Request For Proposal (RFP) process, the CHF directs funding to local agencies in support of the 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness in Calgary. Funding is awarded based on the quality of proposals received, with the overarching goal of contributing to a system of care that ensures Calgarians at risk of or experiencing homelessness have the support they need to achieve and maintain housing stability
The CHF is requesting RFPs to fund a program that will serve individuals experiencing homelessness who have mobility limitations. This PSH program will use a CHF-owned property (Kootenay Lodge) under a Master Lease Agreement. Successful proponents will serve those with a mid- to high-acuity and will prioritize those residing in emergency shelters or rough sleeping, and Aboriginal People. Please see the following documents to participate in this RFP.
In April 2013, the CHF issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) progress for a new Coordinated Intake program. This Coordinated Intake program will work to:
The CHF received three proposals and chose the Calgary Distress Centre as the successful proponent. The CHF will begin the contract negotiation process with the Calgary Distress Centre. Unsuccessful proponents have been notified and debriefs have occurred.