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  Consent-Health & Human Services   #   21.    
Board of Supervisors Adult & Aging  
Meeting Date: 01/15/2019  
Brief Title:    No Place Like Home Non-Competitive Allocation Resolution
From: Karen Larsen, Director, Health and Human Service Agency
Staff Contact: Sandra Sigrist, Adult and Aging Branch Director, Health and Human Services Agency, x8794

Subject
Adopt resolution authorizing the Health and Human Services Agency to accept the County Noncompetitive Allocation Award under the No Place Like Home Program. (No general fund impact) (Larsen)

 

Recommended Action
Adopt resolution authorizing the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) to accept the County Noncompetitive Allocation Award under the No Place Like Home Program.
Strategic Plan Goal(s)
Thriving Residents
Safe Communities
Reason for Recommended Action/Background
On August 15, 2018, the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) released the Notice of Funding Application (NOFA) for the No Place Like Home (NPLH) Program Non-Competitive Allocation funds. Additionally, on October 15, 2018, HCD released the NOFA for the first round of the NPLH Program Competitive funds.

The NPLH Program’s purpose is to acquire, design, construct, rehabilitate, or preserve permanent supportive housing for persons who are experiencing homelessness, chronic homelessness or who are at risk of chronic homelessness and who are in need of mental health services. Yolo County is eligible to receive an allocation of approximately $638,340 in non-competitive funding, and may also submit multiple funding applications for competitive funds.  Yolo County will be competing in the “mid-sized counties” pool of funding, which includes counties with a population of 200,000 to 750,000.

Staff intends to submit two competitive applications to provide funding for the construction of permanent supportive housing, one in partnership with the City of West Sacramento and Mercy Housing, and one in partnership with the City of Woodland and Friends of the Mission. Staff intends to split the non-competitive allocation between these two projects to be utilized as leverage funding, which will make the competitive applications more competitive against other mid-sized counties.

By adopting the attached resolution, the Board of Supervisors is formally authorizing the County to accept the County Noncompetitive Allocation award under the No Place Like Home Program, and additionally committing to provide supportive services as specified in the No Place Like Home Program Guidelines, including:
  • Making mental health supportive services available to each of the project’s tenants for at least 20 years; and
  • Coordinating the provision of or referral to other services (including, but not limited to, substance use services).

The Board previously approved two resolutions on December 11, 2018 that authorized the County’s participation in both the competitive competition and noncompetitive allocation of the No Place Like Home Program. The recommended action adopts a slightly revised version of the noncompetitive resolution, due to some changes in language from the funder.
Collaborations (including Board advisory groups and external partner agencies)

City of West Sacramento
City of Woodland
Friends of the Mission
Mercy Housing


Fiscal Information
No Fiscal Impact
Fiscal Impact of this Expenditure
Total cost of recommended action
Amount budgeted for expenditure
Additional expenditure authority needed $0
On-going commitment (annual cost)
Source of Funds for this Expenditure
General Fund $0
Attachments
Att. A. NPLH Non-Competive Resolution

Form Review
Inbox Reviewed By Date
Karen Larsen Karen Larsen 12/28/2018 12:03 PM
Financial Services Tom Haynes 12/31/2018 09:04 AM
County Counsel Hope Welton 12/31/2018 09:24 AM
Form Started By: tdickinsonb Started On: 12/21/2018 02:16 PM
Final Approval Date: 12/31/2018
Level double AA conformance,
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