Question: How is your CoC meeting the new HMIS requirements for Coordinated Entry which go into effect October 1? Are you creating a new CES program or are you embedding the CE data elements into existing programs? If you have already updated your HMIS to meet the new requirement, please share what your experience has been and any recommendations you have. Thanks!
By Jenni O'Reilly-Jones Pasadena CoCRead More
SALARY RANGE: $54.35 – $66.07 Hourly$9,420.67 – $11,452.13 Monthly The functions typically performed by the Continuum of Care Manager include the following: Monitors, develops and recommends policy in the area of homelessness.…Read More
Question: Greetings, Working on the first CESH program request for funding. Has anyone found any additional details on the 40% cap on operating support budget line and 40% cap on CESH allocation annually. CESH statues is vague, are there other resources to explain theses caps further? how did you set up the sub-recipients in light of the caps?
By Cynthia Foster Glendale CoCRead More
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) announced the availability of approximately $600 million of Homekey Program (Homekey) grant funding through the NOFA to rapidly sustain and expand…Read More
The House Appropriations Subcommittee that oversees funding levels for HUD affordable housing and community development programs voted on July 8 to approve a fiscal year (FY) 2021 spending bill that provides a…Read More
The House Appropriations Subcommittee that oversees funding levels for HUD affordable housing and community development programs voted on July 8 to approve a fiscal year (FY) 2021 spending bill that provides an…Read More
Project Roomkey to Project Homekey The Budget prioritizes funds to mitigate homelessness and takes a new approach by allocating $600 million for Project HomeKey to acquire permanent housing through the…Read More
What’s In The Report Concerning Homelessness? Recognizing the important work of the state’s local government partners, the budget allocates billions of dollars of federal CARES Act funding to cities and…Read More
The California State Assembly on Wednesday, June 10 passed AB-1845, which would create a State Office of Homelessness. The California State Senate read the bill for the first time on…Read More
California Legislative Agreement, the 2020-21 State Budget, and Funding Priorities Regarding Homelessness
The President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and the Assembly and Senate Budget Committee Chairs announced a legislative agreement on the 2020-21 state budget last week. This sets the stage…Read More