Can CoC Planning Grant funds be used to provide payments or stipends through gift cards to people with lived experience who are assisting the CoC?
HUD AAQ response: Stipends paid to people with lived experience who actively participate in CoC planning activities would be an eligible planning cost. Payments in any form must be consistent…Read More
Housing and Homelessness Incentive Program (HHIP) aims to improve health outcomes and access to whole person care services by addressing housing insecurity and instability as a social determinant of health…Read More
This assessment will cover the impact of state programs across all 44 Continuums of Care (CoCs) and all 58 counties in the state, in order to understand the ways state…Read More
CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO invites applications for the position of Housing Coordinator SALARY: Hourly $35.10 – $43.10 Biweekly $2,808.00 – $3,448.00 Monthly $6,084.00 – $7,470.67 Annually $73,008.00 – $89,648.00…Read More
The two recently introduced 2022 legislative bills that concern homelessness are: SB 914 Homeless Domestic Violence Survivors and Data Systems: Local and State Support and Guidelines This bill would require…Read More
Question: Hello! Curious to hear if any other CoCs have had experiences with lived expertise advocates, who receive compensation for their services, have seen any of their benefits reduced due to such compensation? We have been experiencing it here in the LA CoC, which works almost as a disincentive for these advocates to provide their services. Thank you!
By Samantha Vethavanam Los Angeles City & County CoCRead More
Project Roomkey (PRK) Noncompetitive Need-Based Allocations for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Were Announced Last Week
Must notify CDSS via email (email@example.com) of intent to resume or establish a PRK no later than August 20, 2021 to request funds The announcement by the California Department of…Read More
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