CAP Solano JPA Board of Directors Meeting

    Thursday, December 15, 2022 | 6:30 - 8:00 pm

     Solano County Administration Center Multi-Purpose Room
     675 Texas Street Suite 1600,
     Fairfield, CA 94533

    Agenda and Public Documents Folder (coming soon).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

CAP Solano JPA is accepting applications for Private and Public Sector Representatives to sit on the Tripartite Advisory Board (TAB)


The TAB meets quarterly and is responsible for assisting the Community Action Agency (CAP Solano JPA) in conducting a community needs assessment, clarifying the JPA's mission, supporting long-range strategic planning and annual planning, as well as assisting the JPA in implementing programs and evaluating the performance of JPA initiatives under CSBG funding.

The TAB is divided into three categories: Public, Low-Income, and Private.
The Public Sector is comprised of elected public officials currently holding office or their representatives.
The Low-Income Sector is comprised of low-income individuals and families in the neighborhoods served. The Housing First Solano CoC will elect the Low-Income Representative.
The Private Sector is comprised of individuals who are officials or members of business, industry, labor, religion, law enforcement, education, or other major groups with an interest in the community.
 
If you'd be interested in running for a Private Sector Seat, please fill out this application and submit it by December 9, 2022, for presentation to the Board of Directors at the next JPA Board Meeting on December 15, 2022.
You may review the Bylaws of the Tripartite Advisory Board for further background information.

Application submissions can go to 
Megan Richards at MERichards@SolanoCounty.com

Community Action Partnership


 ​​Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency 

​​​​​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​​

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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​​

2022 Point-in-Time Count


 The Executive Summary and Press Release of the 2022 Point-in-Time (PIT) count are now available.

 The PIT Count is part of the nation-wide 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). The full report will be released as soon as it is available.