Section 202 and 811 Awards Announced

One hundred thirty-two units and $24,399,600
for Supportive Housing for the Elderly
Forty new units and $7,750,400
for Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities

Section 811 Supportive HousingOn November 16, 2011, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly and Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities awards. All of the applications were submitted in June of 2011.

Four of the five successful 811 projects were projects that Monarch Housing served as the housing consultant. In addition, Monarch Housing served as the housing consultant for the Affordable Housing Alliance project in Millstone. These project names are in italics.

To view the full national list click here.

To view the NJ 811 Awards click here.

To view the NJ 202 Awards click here.

Total 811 funding for the five projects was $7,750,400.

  • Allies, Inc. and Housing and United Services, Inc. received funding for an eight unit Section 811 project. The funds will be used to construct 2 group homes, each serving 4 persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Arc of Atlantic County, Inc. received funding for a ten unit Section 811 project. The funds will be used to construct three group homes on three sites in Egg Harbor, Atlantic County, New Jersey for ten very low-income residents with disabilities.
  • Collaborative Supportive Programs of NJ, Inc. received funding for an eight unit Section 811 project. The funds will be used to construct one group home and to rehabilitate one group home for eight very low-income disabled persons on two sites.
  • Collaborative Supportive Programs of NJ, Inc. also received funding for a six unit Section 811 project. The funds will be used to purchase and rehabilitate three group homes for six very low-income disabled persons in Blackwood, Camden County, New Jersey.
  • CARING, Inc. and CARINGHouse Projects, Inc. received funding for an eight unit Section 811 project. The funds will be used to rehabilitate 2 houses for use as group homes, each serving 4 persons with developmental disabilities.

Total 202 funding for the three projects was $24,399,600.

Congratulations to all of the new projects!