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"This was an important conversation that allowed us to speak with candor and to share some good ideas with one another," said Governor Newsom. "Local leaders talked about the need for more city-county collaboration, more land use reforms to build housing faster, and to focus on keeping people housed who may be on the brink of homelessness — these leaders are our partners, and we all recognize we're in this together."
The third round of HHAP grants provides a share of $1 billion to every county, Continuum of Care, and the 13 largest cities in the state, on the condition that each local government has a plan approved by the state that reduces the number of unsheltered homeless individuals and increases permanent housing. The state has so far provided over $1.5 billion of flexible emergency aid to address homelessness through the Homeless Emergency Aid Program and the first two rounds of HHAP funding.
HHAP round four applications are due by November 29, 2022.
Governor Newsom's $15.3 billion plan to tackle homelessness is an all-of-the-above approach funding the largest expansion of homeless housing in California history, providing local governments more money than ever before to address homelessness, and creating groundbreaking programs like Homekey and Project Roomkey which have become national models for getting people off the streets faster than ever before and at a fraction of the usual cost.
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