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Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) is seeking proposals for the development of innovative affordable rental housing from organizations with expertise in developing rental housing projects and/or providing support services for households that have difficulty finding and maintaining housing because they have mental health concerns, addictions or disabilities.
Projects may be new construction, conversion or acquisition and renovation. Two or more organizations are encouraged to form a partnership and submit one joint proposal.
Community-based service providers may also apply for partnership opportunities to use existing SHC‑owned housing units to house clients who require support services.
Target households must have annual gross incomes at or below the income limits established by SHC.
Closing date: Extended to January 31, 2022
For eligible organizations:
Organizations are eligible to apply if they are:
Applicants may partner with other organizations to make their project more sustainable. For example, a housing provider might partner with an agency that provides support services. The housing provider would be responsible for construction and maintenance of the property, while the agency would provide supports to tenants when the project is complete.
The project must be targeted to clients who:
*As of July 1, 2021 (subject to change)
The project must be located in:
Submit the completed three-page proposal to SHC by email at EOI.SHC@gov.sk.ca by January 31, 2021, with the following information:
Proposals must also include the organization's:
For more information or assistance completing your EOI proposal, contact SHC at 1-866-245-5758. If you want to apply but have questions, we recommend you contact SHC at least two weeks before the closing date.
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