All County Objectives

COVID Impacted
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Supported Housing

Progress impacted by COVID-19. Budget constraints created by the economic impact of the pandemic may result in further objective delays or discontinuing work. Departments will complete this analysis for the December 2020 update.
By June 2021, Health Services will increase the number of supported housing beds sited throughout the county for homeless adults with mental illness by 20 beds from the baseline calendar year 2018.

Key Steps

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Add 10 supported housing beds and successfully house 5 adults who are enrolled in the Whole Person Care pilot program, Cruz to Health. Submit a completed application to the State for the non-competitive No Place Like Home grant funding. Submit No Place Like Home competitive grant application written with Planning for a new multi-unit project for homeless adults with mental illness. Acquire three single family homes to permanently house up to fifteen adults under the No Place Like Home grant.
Plan Reference: Collaborating Depts:
Target:
Baseline: Progress:
1.D.ii, 2.D.ii PLN 133 Beds 113 25% (118)

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