Held by the Sonoma County Community Development Commission, this training will focus on the requirements to be considered chronically homeless as HUD defines it, as well as go over the documentation process for Continuum of Care (CoC) Program funded permanent supportive housing units. This training will be useful for providers who will be participating in the Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) referral process and will be recorded and posted to our website for those who were unable to attend.
Request for Proposal: COVID-19Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG-CV) funds for Rapid Rehousing (RRH) andEmergency Shelter (ES) projects
Asyou are aware, ESG-CV funds can only be used “to prevent, prepare for, and respond tocoronavirus, among individuals and families who are homeless or receivinghomeless assistance and to support additional homeless assistance andhomelessness prevention activities to mitigate the impacts created bycoronavirus under the Emergency Solutions Grants program
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires that local CoC’s prioritize all renewal and new projects submitted in our consolidated application. As in past years, project priorities will be generated by a scoring system, site visits and interviews by the CoC Competition Evaluation Ad Hoc Committee, made up of impartial members of the Sonoma County Continuum of Care Board.
Request for Qualifications for Master Leasing and Site-Based Services for Permanent Supportive Housing Now Available
The County of Sonoma and the Sonoma County Community Development Commission have released a Request for Qualifications for Master Leasing Services for Permanent Supportive Housing. Responses must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on January 21, 2020
The County of Sonoma has released a Request for Qualifications/Proposals for Indoor-Outdoor Shelter Site(s) and Services for Homeless Individuals. Shelters are needed to address the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness on the Joe Rodota Trail and other parts of the county. The ultimate goal is to meet homeless individuals where they are and to support them in successfully transitioning into permanent supportive housing and/or permanent housing.
On August 22, 2019 the Home Sonoma County Leadership Council (CoC Board) approved rating and rankings for new and renewal projects in the FY 2019 Continuum of Care Competition.
Staff Reports for FY2019-20 Consolidated Homeless Services Funding are now available for review. These are only recommendations and will be considered by the Home Sonoma County Leadership Council on March 22, 2019.
From November 19, 2018, to March 31, 2019, seven nonprofit organizations will team up to expand and create winter shelter services across Sonoma County. This effort will support unsheltered persons to find relief from cold and wet weather.