2020 Grant awards

2020 ESG-CV

$630,000 total available for Emergency Shelters, Rapid Rehousing and Prevention to assist people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • Elijah house was awarded $450,000

  • World Wide Healing Hands was awarded $30,000

2020 HHAP

$440,000 total available for 2 agencies for establishing shelters and housing navigation centers to assist persons experiencing homelessness.

  • Elijah House was awarded $220,000 

  • Hope Rising was awarded $220,000

2019 Grant Awards

2019 NPLH

$557,845 total available for a variety of programs to assist persons experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

 

  • Lake County Behavioral Health Services is the recipient

2019 CESH 

$560,227 total available for a variety of programs to assist persons experiencing or risk of homelessness 

  • Elijah House was awarded $207,585

  • NCO was awarded $207,585

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2019 HUD Planning Grant
$6,280 total available to support the development of a comprehensive plan for the Lake County Continuum of Care

2019 Emergency Solutions Grant

$133,900 total available for up to two (2) Rapid Rehousing Programs

  • North Coast Opportunities 

2018 & 2017 Grant Awards

2018 HEAP

$1,298,634.18 total available for a variety of programs to assist persons experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness.  

  • Redwood Community Services ($353,959)

  • Lake Ministerial Associate Warming Center ($100,000)

  • Praises of Zion Baptist Church ($200,000)

  • North Coast Opportunities ($146,041)

  • Lake County Office of Education ($100,000)

  • Restoration Graduate Program ($200,000)

  • Veterans Stand Down ($100,000)

  • Lake County Office of Education - Youth Set-Aside ($64,931.71)

  • Administrative Costs to Adventist Health Clear Lake ($30,702.47)

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2018 Emergency Solutions Grant 

$133,900 total available for up to two (2) Rapid Rehousing Programs

  • North Coast Opportunities ($133,900)

 

2018 CESH 

$1,014,500 total available for a variety of programs to assist persons experiencing or who are at risk of homelessness 

  • North Coast Opportunities Program ($275,000)

  • Sunrise Special Services Foundation Program ($275,000)

  • LCCoC HMIS and Coordinated Entry Support ($405,900)

  • LCCoC Street Homeless, Outreach, Point-In-Time Count Support ($8,112)

  • Administrative Costs to Adventist Health Clear Lake ($50,738)

In 2017, CoC funding provided:

·         Permanent housing and rapid re-housing assistance

·         Transitional housing

·         Supportive services to homeless populations

·         Homeless Management Information Systems

·         Safe havens

·         Homelessness prevention activities