HUD Continuum of Care

2015 Housing First Solano Continuum of Care Competition Funding Results
Total Funding Awarded: $1,254,088
Planning Grant Award: $31,592
Project Type Grant Amt
CAP Solano JPA - Coordinated Entry
SSO
$80,000
Anka - STOP Plus
PSH
$164,977
CANB - Healthy Living Your Way
PSH
$122,156
CANB - Housing Express
RRH
$112,383
CANB - Housing Express Expansion
RRH
$110,304
CANB - Living Self Sufficiently
PSH
$68,951
Caminar - Bonus Grant
PSH
$32,121
Caminar - Laurel Gardens
PSH
$48,824
Caminar - Sereno Village
PSH
$80,163
Caminar - Sereno Village Expansion
PSH
$32,774
LUHAD - BLISS
PSH
$30,719
Mission Solano - Rays of Hope
PSH
$20,950
Reynaissance - Reynaissance Family Center PSH $43,773
Solano Health & Social Services - CalWORKS PSH PSH $159,075
Solano Health & Social Services - CalWORKS PSH 2 PSH $55,478
Solano Health & Social Services - CalWORKS PSH 3 PSH $59,848

Community Action Partnership


Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency

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2016 HUD Continuum of Care Competition Funding Awards
December 20, 2016
Rank Agency Project Name Type New/Renewal Amount Requested Amount Awarded
N/A CAP Solano JPA Planning Grant SSO Renewal $36,633 $36,633
1 Community Action North Bay Living Self Sufficiently PH Renewal $68,951 $68,951
2 Community Action North Bay Housing Express PH Renewal $112,383 $112,383
3 Caminar Sereno Village Expansion PH Renewal $32,774 $32,774
4 Caminar Laurel Gardens PH Renewal $48,824 $48,824
5 Caminar Bonus Grant PH Renewal $32,121 $32,121
6 Caminar Sereno Village PH Renewal $80,163 $80,163
7 Anka Behavioral Health STOP Plus PH Renewal $164,977 $164,977
8 Solano County Health and Social Services CalWORKS PSH PH Renewal $159,075 $159,075
9 Solano County Health and Social Services CalWORKS PSH 2 PH Renewal $55,478 $55,478
10 Solano County Health and Social Services CalWORKS PSH 3 PH Renewal $59,848 $59,848
11 CAP Solano JPA Coordinated Entry SSO Renewal $80,000 $80,000
12 Community Action North Bay Healthy Living Your Way PH Renewal $122,156 $122,156
13 Community Action North Bay Housing Express Expansion PH Renewal $110,304 $110,304
14 Mission Solano Rays of Hope PH Renewal $19,548 $19,548
15 Reynaissance Reynaissance Family Center PH Renewal $43,773 $43,773
16 City of Fairfield/Edge Community Church Restoration Project PH New $61,055 $61,055
17 CAP Solano JPA Coordinated Entry Expansion SSO New $30,719 $0
Total $1,318,782 $1,288,063

Each year, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides nearly $2.2 billion in funding for programs designed to end homelessness across the United States. This funding is issued through a competitive process known formally as the Continuum of Care Competition.


The Continuum of Care Competition is a complex and involved process lasting approximately two months. Communities must rank individual projects for funding based on local priorities as well as complete a 60-page application outlining how the community is combating homelessness.


The CAP Solano JPA provides the staff personnel and administrative funding required to complete this massive undertaking. As a result, the CAP Solano JPA secures over $1.2 million in funding annually to serve persons experiencing homelessness in Solano County.


2017 Continuum of Care Consolidated Application


The 2017 Continuum of Care Consolidated Application is now available. The application has two parts: the Continuum of Care Application, which asks about system-wide change regarding homelessness and the Priority Listing, which ranks projects for funding. Questions or thoughts? Please email solano@homebaseccc.org for assistance.



2016 Continuum of Care Funding Award

On December 20, 2016, HUD announced the awards for the FY2016 CoC funding competition. Housing First Solano submitted an application for 17 projects and a planning grant, for a total of $1,318,782. HUD awarded funds for 16 projects and the planning grant for a total of $1,288,063.

This award includes one new project: Restoration Project. This project will be supported by the City of Fairfield and operated by the Edge Community Church. Housing First Solano is excited to add a new provider to the HUD funding stream and looks forward to supporting them as they build a new project.

It also includes 15 renewal projects, all of which are permanent supportive housing for Solano's homeless individuals and families. 

Like in 2015, this year's competition was very competitive and unfortunately HUD did not choose to fund the expansion of Coordinated Entry. Housing First Solano is disappointed in this result but is confident that the existing Coordinated Entry grant is sufficient to build a robust coordinated entry system in 2017.

Thank you to the Housing First Solano CoC Board, led by Tranine Chisom, whose knowledge and convening authority saw us through the assembly of our application, and to the CAP Solano JPA, led by Dawn La Bar, whose leadership and dedication enabled the JPA to submit the final application to HUD on behalf of our community.  

And thank you to all of you who partnered with Housing First Solano to submit a strong application and who undertake the important work of effectively serving and housing homeless people year-round.