San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries, Inc.

Homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring

Funding Priority: End Homelessness

Rapid Rehousing and Outreach on the Streets

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 667,560 $466,297 (ESG) and $101,308 +$99,955 (CDBG Funding)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 622,620 ($55,015 General Fund, $466,297 (ESG) and $101,308 (CDBG Funding)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 1,947,019

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 14,419,221


Program Description:

The San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries, Inc. (SAMM) Rapid Rehousing (RRH) and Outreach on the Streets will house and provide support to foster long-term housing stability for an estimated 90 unduplicated households entering through the Coordinated Entry. Case Management services will continue during the entire period of rental assistance provided (12-24 months) and will focus on engaging clients in services that address root causes of prior homelessness, connection to services that provide support to improve mental and physical health, and to increase education, employment, and household income. The Case Manager will develop a service plan with each participant and case management contacts will focus on the overarching goal and the tasks needed to be accomplished for the client(s) to attain stability and to retain permanent housing.

Program Performance Measures

Number (#) of unduplicated households served through Rapid Rehousing

"Unduplicated households" means each household who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance review. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.


Q4 Update: Data is under review and not reflective of total contract period.

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served through Street Outreach

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance review. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Percentage (%) of households enrolled in the Rapid Rehousing program who transition to permanent housing


Percentage (%) of clients enrolled in the Street Outreach program who transition to permanent housing


Percentage (%) of homeless individuals identified during street outreach efforts to transition into a higher level of care or engaged in services

A "higher level of care" is defined as a client receiving admission to care such as, but not limited to, emergency shelter, transitional housing, a mental health or substance abuse disorder treatment destination, medical care, etc.

Number (#) of household members in each household enrolled in the Rapid Rehousing program

This performance measure excludes the head of household in the count.