CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports Posted

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CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports Posted
The CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports, as of December 1, 2018, have been posted to HUD Exchange.
These reports provide funding information for each city and state that receive CPD program funds, including Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Continuum of Care (CoC), Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG), HOME, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), and Housing Trust Fund (HTF).
Reports detail the size of each grant received over the past several years, as well as the total amount of funds currently available to be spent on affordable housing and community and economic development activities.
CPD Funding Matrix Note: Based on the requirement that a grantee uses the adjusted ratio for determining its compliance with the CDBG timeliness standard of having no more than 1.5 times its annual allocation in its adjusted line of credit balance 60 days prior to the end of its current program year, HUD is in the process of updating the CDBG recapture risk column in the CPD Funding Matrix report, revised calculation is pending. In the meantime, a grantee wanting to know how much CDBG funding it may have at risk of recapture can do the following simple calculation:
{Adjusted line of credit (LOC) balance [LOC + program income + revolving loan fund balance(s)]} – {Annual allocation for current program year x 1.5} = Amount of potential reduction in next year’s grant (not to exceed actual grant amount)
Expenditures (all recipients): within 24 months from the date HUD signs the grant agreement.
Grantees with additional questions should contact their local field office.
         
Visit the HUD Exchange at https://www.hudexchange.info

SOAR Webinar: Understanding and Documenting Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders for SSI/SSDI Claims

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Newsflash
As opioid use disorders are becoming more prevalent, there is a growing body of knowledge about the impact on individuals and communities, and the treatment options available to help address the problem. For SOAR providers, some questions remain: If someone does have an opioid or other substance use disorder, what does it mean for their SOAR-assisted SSI/SSDI claim? How do we effectively document substance use in the Medical Summary Report (MSR)?

This webinar will help answer these questions and others which impact SOAR applicants. You will learn about the key elements of opioid use disorder. You'll hear from SOAR practitioners who will discuss how to request and interpret substance use treatment records. Each will share how to recognize the signs of a substance use disorder, identify treatment options, and how to best document these conditions for a quality SOAR application.
Register for this Webinar!
On this webinar, you will learn:
  • Key strategies for requesting and interpreting substance use related records
  • SOAR best practices for assisting SSI/SSDI applicants with opioid and other substance use disorders 
  • How to effectively document opioid and other substance use disorders using the MSR
Presenters:
  • Amanda Starkey, MA, SAMHSA SOAR TA Center, Policy Research Associates, Inc., Delmar, New York
  • Melissa Neal, DrPH, SAMHSA GAINS Center, Policy Research Associates, Inc., Delmar, New York
  • Rachael Phillips, LLMSW, PATH/SOAR Specialist, Community Housing Network, Inc., Troy, Michigan

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