Assembly Bill 140 and the Four Primary Sources of Homelessness Funding in the Budget Act of 2021 (AB 129)
Assembly Bill (AB) 140 contains four primary sources of homelessness funding. AB 140 includes Sections 4 – 14 that outline historic key investments for solving homelessness including the four primary…Read More
Glendale CoC https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/glendaleca/jobs/3107565/administrative-associate-homeless-programs-unclassified CITY OF GLENDALE Human Resources Department 613 E. Broadway, Room 100 Glendale, CA 91206 http://www.glendaleca.gov INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF: Administrative Associate/Homeless Programs UNCLASSIFIED An…Read More
Governor Newsom Signs Legislation Boosting Housing Production in California to Fight Affordability Crisis
Published: Sep 28, 2020 Governor Newsom signed the following bills into law yesterday: AB 434 by Assemblymember Tom Daly (D-Anaheim) – Housing financing programs: uniform procedures. AB 725 by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks (D-Oakland)…Read More
Governor Newsom Announces $137 Million in Third Round of Homekey Awards and Announces Request to Legislature to Approve Additional $200 Million for Program
More than $137 million awarded to 15 applicants for 19 projects totaling 938 units Awards include five projects in the City of Los Angeles totaling 269 units Sutter County will…Read More
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