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28 Jun
2024

OPPORTUNITY FOR FUNDING TO PREVENT AND END HOMELESSNESS FOR CALIFORNIA FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES

  Grant Amount: Dependent

Information

Purpose:

The California Interagency Council on Homelessness (Cal ICH) is pleased to announce the availability of $20 million of Tribal Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention (Tribal HHAP) grant funding. These funds are available for California Federally Recognized Tribes and are designed to be flexible to meet the unique needs of each community in their goals to prevent and end homelessness.

Description:

Since 2022, Cal ICH has partnered with California Federally Recognized Tribes and stakeholders to develop the Tribal HHAP Program. In 2024, Cal ICH is continuing and expanding our partnerships with Tribes and stakeholders in strengthening the Tribal HHAP program. Through the integration of feedback from the community’s served, Cal ICH’s goal is to continue culturally responsive programming designed to meet the needs of tribal communities, with funding accessible to all California Federally Recognized Tribes in need.  Tribal HHAP is a tribal allocation set-aside from the Homeless Housing Assistance and Prevention (HHAP) program, built specifically for and with California Federally Recognized Tribes.

Eligibility

Eligible Applicants:

Tribal Government
California Federally Recognized Tribes are the only applicants able to receive funding from Tribal HHAP. However, Tribes may partner with other organizations or may designate another individual or entity to complete the application on their behalf, provided that the proper tribal authority signs and certifies the application.
Tribes may contract/subcontract with Tribal Designated Housing Entities and others to develop and/or implement programs.

Eligible Geographies:

Within the state of California

Category

  • Community Development
  • Health and Wellness
  • Other / Miscellaneous