Statewide Referral Network

SRN units are targeted for households earning at or below thirty percent (30%) of the Area Median Income (AMI) with a head of household who has a disability or illness, including, but not limited to, a physical, developmental or mental limitation, substance abuse disorder, HIV/AIDS, experiencing Gender Based Violence or is homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Per the 2022-2023 QAP, every non-elderly LIHTC Project must dedicate a minimum of 5-10% of the total units to the SRN. Proposed 9% LIHTC Projects that dedicate additional SRN units may be eligible for a scoring advantage. All Projects receiving an Authority allocation of LIHTC (4% and 9%) must execute a Statewide Referral Network Agreement prior to closing. The Authority has also created fact sheets for the SRN which can be found here.