Question: Do other CoCs provide public comment/input on the Housing Elements for cities within their jurisdictions? Why or why not?
By Samantha Vethavanam Los Angeles City & County CoCRead More
New Trailer Bill Concerning Homeless Housing Assistance Prevention Program (HHAP)
A new Trailer Bill was recently introduced regarding HHAP. Trailer Bill Language is the implementing language of the California State Budget Bill. To learn more about trailer bills click here.…Read More
Two-thirds of CA’s 44 CoCs have completed or will complete a 2023 unsheltered count
The following table notes that 30 of 44 CA CoCs or approximately two-thirds (68.2%) have completed or will complete a 2023 unsheltered count later this month after requesting and receiving…Read More
HUD GRANTS NEARLY $315 MILLON TO ADDRESS UNSHELTERED AND RURAL HOMELESSNESS
HUD announced the Special NOFO awards today on their press release page. There were only two California awards: Oakland, Berkeley/Alameda County CoC Los Angeles City and County CoC List of…Read More
Hiring Program Officer, Homelessness, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Los Angeles, CA
Base salary $160,000/yr – $170,000/yr (from job description) The Program Officer supports the Foundation’s grantmaking in the Homelessness Initiative, which works to realize a Los Angeles where homelessness is rare,…Read More
Question: Are communities still operating Project Roomkey? If so , is Project Roomkey providing temporary isolation shelter for COVID-19 positive/symptomatic? Or also for highly vulnerable folks due to age and/or underlying condition? If communities are no longer operating Project Roomkey, when did you stop operations? Thank you!
By Zulima Lundy Santa Ana, Anaheim/Orange County CoCRead More
Judicial Council Agreed to Allocate State Funding to Help Seven Superior Courts Implement the CARE Act.
The Trial Court Budget Advisory Committee recommended an allocation methodology to distribute $2,828,000 to the seven courts making up the first cohort of courts implementing the Community Assistance, Recovery, and…Read More
Two More Legislative Bills Concerning Homelessness Were Introduced This Month
Two more bills concerning homelessness were introduced this month and will begin to take shape or die as they advance through the 2023 Legislative Session. They are: SB 63, as…Read More
Administration Intends to Pursue Statutory Changes to the HHAP Program and Seeks to Condition Eligibility for any Future Homeless-related Grants and Competitive Programs
Governor’s Proposed 2023-24 Budget Summary is required each year by January 10 and will be updated by the Governor traditionally by mid-May (May Revision). The legislature must pass a balanced…Read More
Time-Sensitive Letter from BCSH Secretary Castro Ramírez and HHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly
Click here to read and circulate their letter which was attached to an email that stated BCSH Secretary Lourdes Castro Ramírez and HHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly, Co-Chairs of the…Read More