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Continuum of Care Division and Funded Programs

The Housing and Workforce Solutions (HWS) Department’s Continuum of Care Division is responsible for coordinating a Consolidated Application to HUD on behalf of the County of Riverside Continuum of Care (CoC) and provides administrative fiscal and programmatic oversight of all HUD CoC funded projects. The Riverside County CoC has a network of more than 140 private and public sector organizations and homeless service providers designed to promote community-wide planning and the strategic use of resources to address homelessness. The CoC strives to improve coordination and integration with mainstream resources and other community programs for people who are experiencing or are at-risk of becoming homeless and to move homeless people toward stable housing and maximum self-sufficiency. The Continuum of Care Division also serves as the Administrative Entity responsible for awarding State Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP), California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH) funds and other State Housing Programs to eligible service providers within the CoC Service Area(s).

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Funded Programs

2022 Homeless Funding and Programs for Riverside County Workshop Video

 


Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) Permanent Supportive Housing

 Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP)

HOMELESS HOUSING, ASSISTANCE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM ROUND 5 (HHAP)

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG) & HOMELESS HOUSING, ASSISTANCE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM ROUND 3 (HHAP) RAPID REHOUSING

HOMELESS HOUSING, ASSISTANCE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM ROUND (HHAP) CAPITAL PROJECT

Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention Program (HHAP) & California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH) Rapid Re-Housing

2021 ESG Funding Street Outreach and Rapid Rehousing RFPs

2020 HHAP Funding Information:

ESG & ESG-CV 1 & 2 Funding Information:

2021 HUD CoC Program Competition

  • 2021 HUD CoC Program Competition web page

2020 HUD CoC Program (No Competition)

  • See HUD’s Press release No. 21-017 for more information.

2019 HUD CoC Program Competition

  • 2019 HUD CoC Program Competition - Consolidated Application
  • 2019 HUD CoC Program Competition - CoC Priority Listing
  • 2019 HUD CoC Program Competition - Letter of Intent for Renewal Applicants
  • CoC Appeals Process
  • Notice of Funding Availability

Request for Proposal:

  • Terms & Conditions
  • Attachment A
  • Bid Notification
  • Technical Assistance Workshop

Review Process:

  • 2019 Tier 1 & 2 Priority Ranking List - Approved by Board of Governance 8.29.2019
  • 2019 HUD CoC Program - Riverside CoC Review & Evaluation Process
  • 2019 HUD CoC Program - Riverside CoC Process for Reallocation

2019 CESH II Funding Information:

2018 HEAP & CESH Funding Information:

  • Updated HEAP & CESH Award
  • HEAP & CESH Final Award 3-4-2019
  • DPARC 564 HASP - Meeting Notification (Special BOG 3-4-2019)
  • HASP Ranking by Project & Score
  • HEAP & CESH Funding Decision Summary

HEAP & CESH Program Resources

Defining Homelessness

  • Defining "Chronically Homeless" Final Rule
  • HEARTH Homeless Defined

HUD CoC Program Resources

Administrative Handbook

Supportive Services and Case Management Technical Assistance Training

  • PSH Case Management PowerPoint - JFS
  • RRH Case Management PowerPoint - VRS
  • CoC Supportive Services Technical Assistance PowerPoint
  • Sample Individual Service Plan
  • Service Plan Level 1-2
  • Service Plan Level 3-4

Program Technical Assistance

  • 2022 Technical Assistance - Housing Quality Standards
  • 2022 Technical Assistance - Occupancy Charges
  • 2019 Technical Assistance - Rent Calculations and Utility Allowance
  • 2018 Technical Assistance – How to Increase Income for Program Participants
  • 2018 Technical Assistance – Sage HMIS APR Submission

Fiscal Technical Assistance

Forms

HUD Documents

  • CoC Interim Rule
  • Notice CPD-16-11 on Prioritizing Persons Experiencing Chronic Homelessness