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2022 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)

On June 13th, the Department of Housing and Community Development released Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2022 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). 

To learn about ESG funding, please see the ESG summary here

On June 22, the EDOK CoC Board approved the final ESG process and scoring tools. They can be found here.

If you are interested in applying for this funding, you must submit a Letter of Interest by 12:00 pm, June 27th, 2022. Agencies that do not submit a Letter of Interest before the deadline are not eligible for ESG funding. 


We encourage potential applicants to start the application process early. 


More information and resources are available on HCD website at  

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Homebase will hold Technical Assistance hours for all applicants on July 6th from 1pm to 3pm. You can join by Zoom:

+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

Meeting ID: 836 6879 2711

2022 Improving Adult and Juvenile Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Program

HUD recently shared information about an exciting new Department of Justice funding opportunity: the FY 2022 Improving Adult and Juvenile Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Program.  Funding can be used to prevent homelessness for people in reentry.

A funding summary can be found here. More detailed information about this funding, including a webinar and full description of the funding can be found here

CalAIM planning grant to help jails complete Medi-Cal applications. 

The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is rolling out an initiative called California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) designed to improve quality of life and health outcomes of Medi-Cal users. Starting January 1, 2023 CalAIM will mandate that county jails and youth correctional facilities must complete a Medi-Cal application for anyone eligible for Medi-Cal before releasing them from the facility.

DHCS just released the application for communities to apply for a planning grant to build capacity for this new requirement. This planning grant will support correctional agencies in collaborative planning with social service departments to identify processes necessary to implement Medi-Cal pre-release enrollment. (A funding opportunity for an implementation grant will be available later). This grant is a great opportunity to prepare for the upcoming CalAIM requirement and better care for people exiting jail.

The application is currently open and can be submitted by correctional facilities on a rolling basis until July 31st. 

More information about this opportunity can be found here

Meet our donors...

EDOK works with companies and organizations throughout El Dorado County. Generous donations from these donors have provided the ability for EDOK to become HUD compliant, working towards maximizing and growing  El Dorado County programs and services for homeless individuals and families.  

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