A COLLABORATION TO END HOMELESSNESS IN EL DORADO COUNTY 

El Dorado Opportunity Knocks Continuum of Care (EDOK CoC) is a regional planning body of representative stakeholders in El Dorado County that coordinates the community’s policies, strategies, and activities toward preventing and ending homelessness.

 

Its work includes gathering and analyzing information to determine the needs of people experiencing homelessness, implementing strategic responses, educating the community on homeless issues, providing advice and input on the operations of homeless services, and measuring CoC performance.

2021 Continuum of Care Competition Awards


The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released the 2021 Continuum of Care awards. The El Dorado Continuum of Care has received $86,857 in total funding, which is an increase of $64,448 from 2019, including a new Domestic Violence Rapid Rehousing Project. See the HUD announcement here. See all El Dorado awards here
 

Are you experiencing a housing crisis? In need of help?

To get connected to available homeless assistance programs throughout El Dorado County, please contact

Front Door

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm  

Phone: 530-600-2822 

https://tahoehomeless.org

Serving all of El Dorado County

El Dorado County Continuum of Care Board Meeting
 

June 3, 2022

8:30 am - 10:00 am Board Meeting. Agenda. 

10:00 am - 11:00 am General Membership Meeting. Agenda. 

Join Zoom Meeting https://homebaseccc.zoom.us/j/94848250510

Meeting ID: 948 4825 0510

Dial by your location +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) 

Meeting ID: 948 4825 0510

On May 6, 2022 the El Dorado Continuum of Care adopted the Collectively Building: A Community Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness in El Dorado County.

 

The final plan can be found here. Implementation of the key strategic priorities of the plan are underway with the help of the CoC and community partners.

The top priority of El Dorado CoC and El Dorado County is to implement emergency housing solutions for homeless individuals as quickly as possible. El Dorado staff is leading the efforts to move this key strategy forward. For a detailed First Year Implementation Plan, see Appendix E of the Collectively Building Plan. 

 

The following committees have been formed to implement the top priorities of the strategic plan:

1. Homelessness Prevention and Diversion

2. Institutional Transitions (criminal legal system, medical, foster care system)

3. Shared Housing 

4. Safe Parking

5. Landlord Outreach and Engagement

 

If you are interested in participating in joining any of the above committees, please email edc@homebaseccc.org

 

Thank you!
 

2021 Highlights

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