Grant and Per Diem Program: Provider Website - VA Homeless Programs
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VA Homeless Programs


Grant and Per Diem Program: Provider Website

Contact GPD Program Staff:

(Please include your project FAIN on all correspondence)
General GPD Program Questions:
Fiscal Questions (per diem rates):
SF 425 Questions:

Fiscal Resources
Per Diem Payment Vouchers:

Capital Reimbursement:

SF270 (acquisition costs)
SF271 (rehab/construction costs)

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Payment Management System:

Transition in Place, Case Management, Special Need, and Capital grantees will need to register with the Payment Management System and set up direct deposit:

Payment Management System
Access - New User Request | HHS Payment Management System
Update Banking | HHS Payment Management System

SF 425 Resources:

SF 425 Federal Financial Report (NOTE: first download and save PDF file to your computer and then open it from the saved location)

 Grantees should submit their SF-425 via the Electronic SF-425 Submission Portal and email the completed form with supporting documentation (general ledger) to 

Per Diem Rate Request Resources
  • Per P.L. 116-315, the per diem rate request forms below have been modified to allow for additional costs (up to $10,000) associated with HMIS.

  • State Home Domiciliary rate increased to $52.23; therefore, the maximum per diem rate authorized, per the waivers under the CARES Act and P.L. 116-315, is $156.69 for transitional housing and $19.59 for service centers. 
    NOTE:  When the current per diem waiver ends the maximum per diem rate is expected to be $60.06.

  • The public health emergency declaration due to COVID-19 has been extended for another 90 days, effective 4/16/22 through 7/15/2022. Please find further information here:

Transitional Housing - Per Diem Only, Transition In Place, Special Need
NEW  Per Diem Rate Request Instructions 
NEW  Per Diem Rate Request Worksheet 

Transitional Housing with Minor Dependents - Per Diem Only and Transition In Place
NEW  Per Diem Rate Request Instructions
NEW  Per Diem Rate Request Worksheet

Service Centers
NEW  Service Center Per Diem Rate Request Instructions
NEW  Service Center Per Diem Rate Request Worksheet

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Minor Dependents

Capital Grant (CFM) Resources

SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR)


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Homeless Veterans Dental Program (HVDP)

The HVDP promotes oral health for all Veterans that have faced, or are at risk for, homelessness. Veterans who are enrolled in eligible residential rehabilitation programs may be eligible for dental care. Please find further information in this pamphlet:

Fair Housing ACT & Resources

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities. Additional protections apply to federally-assisted housing.

Learn about the History of the Fair Housing Act, and read Examples of the many forms of housing discrimination.

Who Is Protected?

The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing because of:

  • Race
  • Color
  • National Origin
  • Religion
  • Sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation)
  • Familial Status
  • Disability

LGBTQ+ Resources

There is an LGBTQ+ Veteran Care Coordinator (LGBTQ+ VCC) in every VA health care system to help Veterans get the care they need. VHA policies require that Veteran's health care is delivered in an affirming and inclusive environment and that VHA employees respect their identity. The LGBTQ+ VCC can answer questions, advocate for the Veteran's right to quality care, handle complaints or concerns that Veterans have about their care, and help them get started with services for LGBTQ+ Veterans.

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