Homeless Assistance Program (HAP)
This program is coordinated with AHFCs funding partners, which include the Mental Health Trust Authority. Funds are awarded competitively to agencies (not private individuals) that provide emergency or transitional housing and/or services to prevent homelessness or rapidly re-house those who have been displaced.
Grant Funding Availability
AHFC anticipates approximately $6.4 million will be available through the SFY 2024 BHAP funding cycle.
Renewal organizations may apply for up to SFY 2023 funding levels at a flat renewal.
NEW PROJECTS – Competitive applications are being accepted for at least four new projects up to $100,000 each. Details are in the attached Notice of Funding Availability.
Who May Apply
- New applicants in communities not currently serviced by BHAP funding or in a community with BHAP funding, but offering a new service within that community.
- Recipients of SFY 2023 BHAP funds (renewal applicants).
- Collaborative Community Applicants (Gastineau Human Services, Salvation Army, Valley Charities Inc.) will submit one combined application including subgrantee information.
- SFY2024 Notice of Funding Availability
- SFY2024 Intent to Apply
- SFY2024 Scoring Sheet
- F.1 Authorized Signature form HAP 22
- F.2 Cost Allocation Plan Coversheet With Approval Line
- Quarterly Report Form and Instructions
- R.1 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation HAP Program Definitions
- R.2 Cost Allocation Plan Reference Documents
- R.3 Article 1. General Provisions
- R.4 Article 7. Grant Management
- R.5 Chapter 45 - 2AAC45.010
- SFY 23 Budget Revision Request Form
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
PO Box 101020
Anchorage, AK 99510
800-478-2432 (outside of Anchorage)