Emergency Solutions Grant 2017

State of California has allocated $506,995 to Imperial County

A. Non Competitive Funds

  • 40% of  the $506,95,  $202 798 is earmarked for Non Competitive funds. This was voted on by IVCCC Executive Board at the 8/16/217 Board meeting.
  • Eligible activities include Rapid Rehousing, Coordinated Entry, HMIS, Street Outreach and Homeless Prevention.
  • Only two applications can be submitted, with no minimum or maximum amount required.


B. Competitive funds

  • 60% of the $506,995, 304,197 is earmarked for competitive funding. The competition is between Imperial County and 6 other central California counties. Please see ESG Program at the California Housing and Community Development website for more information.
  • Eligible activities include Rapid Rehousing, Emergency Shelters, Coordinated Entry, HMIS, Street Outreach and Homeless Prevention.
  • Only 2 applications may be submitted.


C. The schedule for processing applications is as follows:

August 17, 2017 10:30-11:30 AM
ESG Application Workshop , Catholic Charities 250 W Orange Ave. El Centro
August 25, 2017
Submit Intent to Apply for funds to COC via emailiequihua@ccdsd.org
September 5,  5 PM
Submit ESG application to COC, 1 hard copy to IVCCC mail box at Catholic Charities 250 W Orange Ave.
September 6-8
Rating/ Ranking Review Committee reviews and ranks projects
September 11
RRR Committee posts ranking on COCIV.org website
September 11-14
Applicants complete applications and send to State HCD by deadline
September 15, 2017
Applications DUE to State HCD by 5 :00 PM







        

IVCCC Executive Board has announced the 2017 funding priorities:

 Homeless Population Priorities
  1. Veterans/ men

              a. Chronically homeless longest homeless & greatest needs       

               b. DV/ trafficking victims

         2. Youth

              a. TAY
              b. LBGTQ
              c. DV/trafficking victims
         3. Families
              a. DV/trafficking victims

              b. Chronically homeless, longest homeless & greatest needs

Service Priorities
  1. Housing : rapid rehousing and/or permanent supportive housing
  2.  Support services only: HMIS, Coordinated Entry
  3.  Shelters
  4. Transitional Housing








Imperial Valley

Continuum of Care

Council


Imperial Valley 2017 ESG