Shelter to Housing
By June 2022, Human Services will move at least 68 Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Asian, Black or African American, or Multi-Racial households currently in COVID-19 shelters into permanent homes.
|Execute contracts with a range of re-housing wave support programs for COVID-19 shelter guests.
||Link new supportive service programs and their clients with rapid re-housing and permanent housing subsidy programs.
||Provide networking, training, and support for re-housing service providers and their clients.
||Mobilize private sector property owners to contribute to re-housing wave efforts in the County.
|1.B.ii, 2.D.i, 5.A.ii
||68 Households of Color Housed
This objective is part of a rehousing wave of services intended to help individuals housed in emergency shelters during COVID-19 move into permanent homes. Currently 28% of households in Covid expanded shelters identify as Latinx, so the objective looks to house a similar percentage (48 out of 170) in permanent housing.