HHAP Round 5: The legislature appropriated $1 billion to fund HHAP-5. To be considered eligible for HHAP-5 base allocations, eligible applicants must apply as part of a region and must be signatory to a Regionally Coordinated Homelessness Action Plan which must be approved by the Council. Cal ICH currently anticipates providing eligible applicants with their calculated allocations by the end of January 2024. This will give applicants at least two months to finalize their HHAP-5 budgets before applications are due at the end of March.
NOFO, released 9/29/23
HHAP Round 4: HHAP Round 4 is a grant that provides local jurisdictions, including federally recognized tribal governments, with flexible funding to continue efforts to end and prevent homelessness in their communities.
Use the RFP document for your Response - fill in and complete - and submit by August 15, 2023.
HHAP Round 3 NOFA : HHAP Round 3 is a $1 billion grant that provides local jurisdictions, including federally recognized tribal governments, with flexible funding to continue efforts to end and prevent homelessness in their communities.
Projects approved by Governing Board, October 2022
Amador Calaveras Mariposa Tuolumne
HHAP Round 1 is a $650 million grant that provides local jurisdictions with funds to support regional coordination and expand or develop local capacity to address their immediate homelessness challenges.
HHAP Round 2 is a $300 million grant that provides support to local jurisdictions to continue to build on regional collaboration developed through previous rounds of HCFC funding and to develop a unified regional response to homelessness.
HHAP Round 1 Funding
Amador: ATCAA $482,399
Calaveras: Sierra Hope $451,842
Mariposa: Alliance for Trans. $314,334
Resiliency Village $300,000
Tuolumne County Coord. $153,000
Tuolumne County H&HS $ 91,018
HHAP Round 2 Funding
Amador: City of Jackson $177,906
Calaveras: Sierra Hope $97,720
Mariposa: Alliance for Trans. $85,639
Tuolumne: ATCAA $170,670
Calaveras County ___________________$86,299