​​​​​CAP Solano JPA Vision: 

Providing a pathway to housing for everyone in Solano County.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​COVID-19 NEWS AND RESOURCES

  • For up-to-date guidance visit Homebaseccc.org/COVID-19
  • Solano County Department of Public Health is providing regular COVID-19 updates and guidance to the community on their  website​​

PAST AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS


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​​

​UPCOMING MEETINGS:​​

Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, all future CAP Solano JPA and TAB meetings will be held via video or teleconferencing until further notice, with the exception of the 2x2 meetings that are held publicly. Meeting login information will be distributed with the meeting notice. To receive announcements about the CAP Solano JPA, please join the mailing list.​​​



































 Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency 

2022 JPA BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE​

Please find the JPA Board meeting schedule for 2022 here.

Community Action Partnership


​​​​CAP Solano JPA Board Meeting

   Thursday September 22, 2022  |  10:00 am - 12:00 pm
   Join Zoom Meeting https://homebaseccc.zoom.us/j/88064054230
   Phone: +1 312-626-6799 

   Meeting ID: 880 6405 4230

​   Public Meeting Materials and Agenda HERE.


  CAP Solano 2x2 Board Meeting

    Thursday September 22, 2022  |  6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    County Events Center, Conference Room A

    601 Texas Street Fairfield, Ca 94533

    Agenda HERE.


Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2022 Housing First Solano Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Local Competition.
On Tuesday, September 13, 2022 the CoC voted to approve the final Priority Listing, which is available here.


HUD CoC NOFO Technical Assistance Workshop Materials and Local Competition Deadline

The HUD Housing First Solano Continuum of Care (CoC) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Technical Assistance Workshop recording and materials (including a competition timeline, and the local competition scoring tools and policies) are available here. At the Workshop we announced that new and renewal local and federal project applications are due byFriday, August 19th, 2022 at 12pm PST. We have since extended the deadline to submit E-Snaps applications to Friday, August 26th at 12pm but the local competition deadline remains the same.


Additionally, at the time of the TA Workshop HUD had not yet released the 2022 Annual Renewal Demand Report. The TA workshop materials have been updated to include the below amounts:

- Solano's annual renewal demand is $1,475,458 and Tier 1 will be $1,401,685.
- The CoC Bonus amount we are eligible to apply for is $73,773.
- The Domestic Violence Bonus amount we are eligible to apply for is $94,640.

​​​

NEW! HUD CoC NOFO Technical Assistance Workshop

 
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)

for the Fiscal Year 2022 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition was released on August 1, 2022 

with a due date of September 30, 2022. The NOFO, and additional information regarding the competition,

is available on the HUD website here.
 A summary of the CoC NOFO is available here, which will be updated on page 3

as community-specific funding amounts are obtained.


Due to the expedited NOFO timeline, the 2022 NOFO Technical Assistance (TA) Workshop will be held immediately on Monday, August 8 from 9-11AM. Please add this Workshop to your calendar. 

All applicants/potential applicants should plan to participate in the NOFO TA Workshop, but due to the short notice it will also be recorded and distributed over this listserv. Any Applicant who fails to attend the Technical Assistance Workshop will be held strictly accountable for complying with all competition requirements.

The Technical Assistance Workshop will be held
via Zoom video conference.
Phone at 1-669-444-9171
Meeting ID: 818 3421 1818
 
Please fill out THIS CONTACT FORM if you know you will be submitting a new or renewal project application.

Information will be provided about renewal project applications as well as applications for new

housing projects through reallocated and/or bonus funding. In addition, there is Domestic Violence

Bonus Funding for interested applicants.  We encourage all organizations interested in applying for

CoC funding to attend, including organizations that have not previously received CoC funding.

All are welcome! 

The HFS Continuum of Care (CoC) issues this Public Solicitation for new Project Applications. We encourage new agencies that do not currently receive CoC Program Funds, as well as current recipients, to consider applying for a new permanent supportive housing project, a new rapid re-housing project, and/or a new transitional housing/rapid rehousing hybrid project. The scoring tools and policies for this competition are available here.

Housing First Solano estimates an award of approximately $1.5 million in renewal funding through the CoC Program for housing and services for persons experiencing homelessness, as well as for some

of the infrastructure to support our system of care. We are still waiting to hear from HUD the

amount of estimated Bonus funds and estimated Domestic Violence Bonus funds for 2022

that the CoC is eligible to apply for.
 
Future information regarding the CoC NOFO competition logistics
will be posted via this listserv. If you are not on this listserv, please contact us at solano@homebaseccc.org.
 
Please contact solano@homebaseccc.org if you have any questions.