Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium
 PUBLIC NOTICE FOR
FY2021 HUD Continuum of Care Planning Grant

Funding Opportunities

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Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium
 Invitation for to Apply for Funding
FY2021 HUD Continuum of Care Funding Competition

AVAILABLE GRANTS

 

FY2021 HUD Continuum of Care Competition

Agencies desiring to participate in the FY2021 Balance State Continuum of Care Competition will need to read and complete the process as outlined in the attached guidance in order to be eligible and prepared for this year's submission.

Eligible Projects:

New permanent supportive housing projects

New rapid re-housing projects

New joint transitional housing and permanent housing - Rapid re-housing projects

Expand existing eligible renewal projects that will increase the number of units, persons served, services provided to existing

25% cash or in-kind match required

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND DEADLINES CLICK THE GUIDANCE BUTTON

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Previous Awards

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Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium awarded 10 nonprofit organizations and service providers $4,156,171 in 2019

ESG - EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT

2019 Allocation - $329,143

The purpose of the Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) program is to assist individuals and families quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis or homelessness. ESG provides grants by formula to states, metropolitan cities, urban counties and U.S. territories to support homelessness prevention, emergency shelter and related services

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2019 ESG Award Recipients:

The Salvation Army - Rapid Rehousing

The Salvation Army - Emergency Shelter

Bridges to Housing - Emergency Shelter

$79,143

$200,000

$50,000

2019 CESH Award Recipients:

Adventist Health/Rideout

Casa de Esperanza

The Salvation Army

Hands of Hope

Sutter County

$100,000

$135,000

$294,490

$149,745

$119,490

CESH - California Emergency Solutions & Housing

2019 Allocation - $840,764

The California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH) Program provides funds for a variety of activities to assist persons experiencing or at risk of homelessness as authorized by SB 850, CESH funds may be used for five primary activities: housing relocation and stabilization services (including rental assistance), operating subsidies for permanent housing, flexible housing subsidy funds, operating support for emergency housing interventions, and systems support for homelessness services and housing delivery systems. 

2019 HEAP Award Recipients:

Habitat for Humanity

Regional Housing Authority

Sutter County

The Salvation Army

Yuba County Displaced Youth

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$365,229

$690,000

$300,000

$920,000

$139,100

$  35,000

HEAP - Homeless Emergency Aid Program

2019 Allocation - $2,565, 989.96

The Homeless Emergency Aid Program was established by statute to provide localities with flexible block grant funds to address their immediate homelessness challenges.

2020 CSBG Award Recipients:

Bridges to Housing

REST

Salvation Army

Casa de Esperanza

Adventist Health

Habitat for Humanity

Hands of Hope

Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium

 

$7,000

$8,000

$34,000

$12, 419

$27,735

$56,400

$41,031

$16,250

CSBG - Community Services Block Grant - Yuba County

2020 Allocation - $202,835

The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) provides funding to local non-profit and public agencies to help alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in their communities. Based on locally determined needs, CSBG agencies promote economic security through services that address homelessness, hunger, unemployment, health and nutrition, emergencies, and more.

 

$4,000

$10,000

$36,051

$13,799

$63,900

$24,860

$16,250

2020 CSBG Award Recipients:

Bridges to Housing

REST

Salvation Army

Casa de Esperanza

Hands of Hope

Habitat for Humanity

Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium

 

$4,622.72

$4,770.02

$7,634.52

$15.276.72

$16,275.02

2019-2020 CDBG Award Recipients:

Central Valley Homeless Veterans

Bridges to Housing

Hands of Hope

The Salvation Army

Sutter Yuba Homeless Consortium

CSBG - Community Services Block Grant - Sutter County

2020 Allocation - $168,860

The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) provides funding to local non-profit and public agencies to help alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in their communities. Based on locally determined needs, CSBG agencies promote economic security through services that address homelessness, hunger, unemployment, health and nutrition, emergencies, and more.

CDBG - Community Services Block Grant - Yuba City

2019-2020 Allocation for homeless services - $48,579

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program provides annual grants on a formula basis to states, cities, and counties to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment, and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.