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Family Department RFPs

The City of Albuquerque provides annual grant assistance through City general funds and entitlement funds received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

RFP Submissions

Typical RFP submissions include:

  • Proposal
  • Administrative Requirement forms
  • Financial forms
  • Certificate of Insurance

Please read the specific RFP for submission requirements.

We work with HUD as part of our continuing objective to assist Public Service agencies, eligible construction activities, affordable housing development, and emergency homeless shelters that serve low-income and moderate-income city residents.

Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are posted as they become available.

Current Requests for Proposals

The following are our current RFPs:

Emergency Minor Home Repair Program

RFP-DFCS-CHSCP-15-EMHR

The purpose of this Request for Proposals is to solicit innovative and effective proposals from qualified non-profit organizations capable of designing and implementing an Emergency Minor Home Repair Program that will alleviate “dangerous conditions” to a minimum of 200 unduplicated low-income homeowners within the City of Albuquerque. (A “dangerous condition” is defined as a condition that is potentially life and /or safety threatening). Repairs may not exceed $5,000.00, per household.

Proposals will be accepted until 4:00 pm on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, and can be submitted to the Office of the City Clerk.

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RFP for Winter Shelter - RFP-DFCS-CHSCP-15-03

The Department of Family and Community Services is opening an RFP for agencies to operate our emergency winter shelter.

The Department of Family and Community Services is opening a RFP for agencies to operate our emergency winter shelter and transportation services for homeless men, women, and families for FY16.

The Department will allocate $331,788.00 for the operation and staffing of the City’s emergency winter shelter and emergency transportation services for homeless men, women and families.  Services for this program must include, but are not limited to: (1) Provision of safe and secure emergency winter shelter for homeless men, women and families; (2) Provision of emergency transportation services for homeless men, women, and families to appropriate overnight winter shelters and; (3) Coordination with community support services relevant to the individual needs of the shelter residents, including obtaining permanent housing.

Services funded by this program are to commence October 1, 2015 and continue through June 30, 2016.  This contract is eligible for renewal for two additional one-year periods based upon performance and availability of funds.

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