count are now available.
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
May 9, 2023
EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT:
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:
SHELTER Solano for $200,000 in competitive funding
CAN-B for $121,321 in non-competitive funding
COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (CSBG): $116,889
Caminar: Purpose: housing support for people with severe mental health needs.
EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND (ESG CV 2): $3,387,100
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
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
Mission Samoa $55,000
Catholic Charities $55,000
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.
Funding Opportunities & Community Announcements
Point-In-Time Count 2024 Volunteer Recruitment
The Point-In-Time (PIT) Count is a count of unsheltered people experiencing homelessness on a single night in January. This is a requirement by HUD to be conducted every other year. The PIT Count provides data that is used to determine funding from the State and Federal Government to help provide better programs and services to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
How can you participate:
2023 Emergency Solutions Grant Homelessness Prevention Notice of Funding Availability
(ESG HP NOFA)
On September 25, 2023, the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) released a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the state-administered Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program for Homelessness Prevention (HP). Approximately $1.7 million in disencumbered federal funds is being made available for HP activities only.
Applications will be received over-the-counter (OTC) and reviewed as they are received. HCD will close the application window once all funds have been awarded. The application can be accessed through e-Civis.
Minimum and Maximum Amounts: $75,000 - 200,000
Eligible applicants are units of general-purpose local government or state and federally recognized non-profit organizations that have the capacity to administer this funding. Applicants must submit their HP policies and procedures. Applicants who do have HCD-approved HP policies and procedures will lose their place in the OTC submission. The NOFA outlines the requirements and timelines for applicants applying for funding. Link to the ESG HP NOFA Summary