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The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the awards for the FY 2023 CoC Funding Competition. The El Dorado CoC was awarded a total of $263,365. This is an increase of about 64% over the 2022 amount. Please see the El Dorado CoC awards here. The HUD NOFO awards announcement can be found here


Thank you to all the applicants for participating in the competition! 

Homeless Funding

Total number of single adult households exited went from 82 persons in 2018 to 167 persons in 2020 (blue); An increase in exits of over 100%.

A total of 200 Families exited homelessness between 2018 and 2020 (orange).

In total, 541 households exited homelessness. 
Those households were made up of 917 people:

  • 576 individuals in Families

  • 341 individuals in households without children

Exits include:

  1. Permanent housing

  2. Temporary housing (shelter, hotel, friends/family, temporary housing),  and

  3. Institutional settings (psychiatric facility, substance use treatment/detox, long-term care facility, or jail/prison)

For adult households without children: 

  • 83% of Exits were to permanent destinations;

  • Nearly 9% of Exits were to temporary destinations Nearly 9% were exits to institutional settings

For families with children under the age of 18:

  • 80% of exits were to permanent destinations;

  • 18% of exits were to temporary destinations and 2% were exits to institutional settings

When considering that the $15,641,109 received between FY 17-18 and FY 20-21 supported the total 541 household exits:

  • The average cost per household exit was $28,911

  • The average cost per person/exit was $17,057

Based upon this cost per exit average:
Every $1M dollars put toward policies in El Dorado County has reflected an ability for the CoC to exit approximately 59 residents from homelessness.
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