Tripartite Advisory Board - Private Sector Seat Vacancy

TAB is currently accepting applications. Interested persons can access the application here.


Applications are due by:

June 30, 2024


Per the Tripartite Advisory Board Bylaws and Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) requirements, Public Sector Representatives are elected public officials, currently holding office, or their representatives, except that if the number of elected officials reasonably available and willing to serve is less than one-third of the membership of the board, membership on the board of appointive public officials may be counted in meeting this requirement. The JPA Board shall appoint elected public officials holding office on the date of selection or their immediate representatives. If the Board cannot fill the Public Sector representation seats with elected public officials, the CAP Solano JPA may assign appointed public officials or their representatives.


Please send completed applications to: admin@capsolanojpa.org


Funding Opportunities


Permanent Housing Solutions Request for Proposals

$470,167.50 is available for Permanent Housing Solutions funded by the Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention Program (HHAP) Round 4 awarded to the Vallejo/Solano Continuum of Care via the CAP Solano JPA. This funding is intended to address the needs of transitioning homeless individuals and families into permanent housing while supporting the efforts of those individuals and families to maintain their permanent housing.


Links to RFP and Attachments:
HHAP4 Permanent Housing RFP 2024

HHAP4 Permanent Housing RFP 2024 Attachment A - CAP Solano MOU Template

HHAP4 Permanent Housing RFP 2024 Attachment B - Fillable Proposal

HHAP4 Permanent Housing RFP 2024 Attachment C - Fillable Budget

Amendment 1 - HHAP4 Permanent Housing RFP 2024 - Questions and Responses

Notice of Intent to Recommend Funding



Homeless Prevention Services Request for Proposals

The County Administrator’s Office is seeking proposals to provide targeted homelessness prevention services, including direct financial assistance, housing stabilization services, and legal referrals in the county. The amount of funding available through this RFP to operate a targeted homelessness prevention program in Solano County is $3,000,000 over a two-year period. Contract awards available through this RFP will be up to $1,500,000 per year for two years with the term of service being approximately July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2026. Non-profit organizations, for-profit organizations, and government entities are eligible to submit proposals.


Link to Homeless Prevention Services RFP


RFP Coordinator: Gene Ibe, Contract and Program Manager, First 5 Solano at gmibe@solanocounty.com


​​​​​​CAP Solano JPA Board Meeting

Thursday, June 27, 2024

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.​

601 Texas Street - ​Conference Room A

​​Fairfield, CA 94533


Community Action Partnership


Point-in-Time Count


The PIT Count is part of the nationwide initiative to provide a snapshot of the number and demographics of those experiencing homelessness, based on the definition provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).


Thank you to all the volunteers and coordinators who assisted with the 2024 Point-in-Time Count! While we will not have the final data or report until later this year, it is clear that the dedication of the Solano community in this year's Count will give us a better representation of who is experiencing homelessness in our community, which in turn will assist with additional funding and better decision making.


The Executive SummaryPress ReleaseandFull Reportfor the 2022 Point-in-Time Count are available.


​​​​​UPCOMING MEETINGS:​
To receive meeting announcements, public documents, and agendas for CAP Solano JPA, please subscribe to the email listserv by emailing
admin@capsolanojpa.org​​​


AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS


January 29, 2024

HUD FY2023 CoC Funding

HUD awarded a total of $1,936,694 to the Housing First Solano CoC, which is $276,655 more than the 2022 Annual Renewal Demand (amount allocated for the CoC). The awards included 9 renewal projects as well as $123,757 for a new permanent supportive housing (PSH) project and $128,269 in Domestic Violence Bonus Funding for new rapid rehousing (RRH).

Full Solano Award Listing 



May 9, 2023

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT:

Award:

SHELTER, Inc. for $112,267 in non-competitive funding


April 27, 2023

HOMELESS HOUSING, ASSISTANCE and PREVENTION (HHAP) ROUNDS 2-4 and EMERGENCY SOLUTION GRANT CV - REALLOCATION: Navigation Centers and Emergency Shelters Awards

City of Vallejo Navigation Center Construction - $1,082,582

SHELTER Solano Mental Health Services Program - $559,623.51


October 22, 2021

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT: 

Awards:

SHELTER Solano for $200,000 in competitive funding

CAN-B for $121,321 in non-competitive funding


COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG): $116,889

Award:

Caminar: Purpose: housing support for people with severe mental health needs.


EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND (ESG CV 2): $3,387,100

Awards:

Mission Samoa: $355,000; Purpose: Emergency Shelter

SHELTER, Inc.: $1,800,716; Purpose: Project Roomkey/Emergency Shelter

City of Vallejo: $1,231,384; Purpose: Project Roomkey


EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (ERAP) Funding:
Purpose: rental arrears for low-income households.

The program may also cover utility arrears, housing stability case management, and a limited amount of prospective rental assistance. The program is intended to benefit renters who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

Awardee: Catholic Charities to administer $13.3 million. 


HOMELESS HOUSING, ASSISTANCE and PREVENTION (HHAP): Youth Outreach and Coordination:

Purpose: Youth outreach and services

Awardee: Vacaville Social Services Corporation $108,475


September 24, 2020

COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG) CARES Act Funding:

Purpose: Long-term rapid rehousing and case management for individuals and families impacted by COVID-19. 

Awardee: Volunteers of America $494,803


May 20, 2020

CALIFORNIA EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS AND HOUSING (CESH)

Purpose: Rental assistance, housing relocation and stabilization

Awardees

CANB $126,379 

​Solano County Probation Department $87,828


Purpose: Shelter diversion

Awardee: Solano County Probation Department $155,799


EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG) Recommended Applicants: awards pending.

Non-competitive SHELTER, Inc. $113,142 (homelessness prevention, rapid rehousing)

Competitive SHELTER Solano $200,000


April 7, 2020

COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE AWARD

Vallejo/Benicia $224,308​ (Solano County Emergency Funds), $246,119 (HHAP)

SHELTER, Inc. $480,488 (HHAP)

Vacaville Police Department $113,150 (HHAP)


March 13, 2020

2020 COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG) AWARDS

Caminar $55,000

Mission Samoa $55,000

Catholic Charities $55,000

CANB $40,339​​

​​CAP Solano JPA Vision: 

Providing a pathway to housing for everyone in Solano County.

 ​​​Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency 

Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention (HHAP) Grant Program


The CAP Solano JPA and County of Solano are pleased to have submitted a joint application for the HHAP Round 5 funding. The grant application required a Regionally Coordinated Action Plan between the Applicants to identify specific roles and responsibilities of each participating applicant regarding outreach and site coordination, siting and use of available land, development of interim and permanent housing option, coordination and connection to the delivery of services for individuals experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness within the region.