The federal Emergency Solutions Grant program (ESG) provides funds for a variety of activities to address homelessness as authorized under the federal Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act of 2009 and State program requirements. The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) administers the ESG program with funding received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

ESG makes grant funds available for projects serving homeless individuals and families through eligible non-profit organizations or local governments.  ESG funds can be used for supportive services, emergency shelter/transitional housing, homelessness prevention assistance, and providing permanent housing.  Funds are available in California communities that do not receive ESG funding directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

 

 

2020 ESG-CV (Round 2) Coronavirus 

Emergency Shelter:        $644,800

Street Outreach:             $100,000

Rapid ReHousing:           $750,000

HMIS:                               $160,000

Administration:               $55,200

 

 

2020 ESG Balance of State - Competitive Award

Emergency Shelter:        ATCAA         $180,000

Homeless Prevention:    ATCAA         $ 20,000

Rapid ReHousing:          ATCAA         $160,000

HMIS:                              ATCAA         $ 40,000

 

 

2020 ESG Balance of State - Non-Competitive Award

Homeless Prevention:   ATCAA         $ 6,864

Rapid ReHousing:         ATCAA         $54,917

HMIS:                             ATCAA         $ 6,864

 

 

2020 ESG-CV (Round 1) Coronavirus 

Emergency Shelter:        $280,317

Street Outreach:             $ 20,241

Homeless Prevention:    $125,343

Rapid ReHousing:           $ 64,818

HMIS:                               $ 28,281

Administration:               $ 28,800

Central Sierra Continuum of Care - CA-526

  • Amador County – ATCAA  (209)- 223-1485  x 243

  • Calaveras County- Sierra HOPE (209)-736-6792

  • Tuolumne County – ATCAA  (209)-533-1397 x 238

  • Mariposa County – Health and Human Services (209) 966-2000

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