Human Services Grants
The application for the 2023-2024 Human Services funding cycle is now closed.
Grant recommendations were made by the City of Issaquah’s Human Services Commission, a 7-member volunteer board appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council. The Human Services Commission used the strategic priorities from the Human Services Strategic Plan to guide funding decisions.
Issaquah City Council adopted funding for a pilot Emergency Housing Program (EHP) as part of the City’s 2023-2024 biennial budget. Requests for Proposals have been released and are due on February 28, 2023.
About the Program
The Emergency Housing Program will assist individuals who are homeless in Issaquah in their transition towards becoming housed and self-sufficient members in the community. The City is currently seeking a Case Management Service Provider interested in partnering with the city to help implement this program.
The role of the service provider will be to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Emergency Housing Program (EHP), work individually with persons enrolled to establish health, housing, and career/employment related goals; ensure measurable progress towards established goals and ensure successful achievement of program outcomes. This new program will be a partnership between the City of Issaquah, Motel 6 – iQon Hospitality, and the selected Case Management Service Provider.
Request for Proposals
Please see the Request for Proposals (RFP) document.
Requests for Proposals Due
February 28, 2023 at 5 p.m.
Submit Proposals To
Monica Negrila, Human Services Manager
Following service provider selection, contracting will begin with anticipated program launch in the first or second quarter of 2023.
Questions regarding the RFP are accepted throughout the process and may be submitted to Monica Negrila via email, or via phone at (425) 837-3416.
We look forward to hearing from you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you may have.
2023-2024 Who We Are Funding
We provide funding for a variety of human services through grants to local and regional agencies. The City coordinates the administration of these grants with other funding providers in the region and follows a two-year grant cycle.