EveryOne Home is leading the effort to end homelessness in Alameda County.

News & Updates

Preparing for the 2016 HUD CoC NOFA

On Tuesday, June 21st, EveryOne Home hosted a community meeting to solicit input from stakeholders.  Click here to download and review the materials from the meeting.

Coordinated Entry System

Review the initial design report on coordinated entry and housing resource centers and provide feedback by June 10th.

5/26 Community Meeting

Come and learn about what’s been happening in 2016 to end homelessness.

Ways to get involved

We invite you to get involved and to join our cause in one of the following ways:

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EveryOne Home Key Initiatives and Projects

Home Stretch

Alameda County has over 1800 units of permanent supportive housing (PSH) for formerly homeless people. Home Stretch is Alameda County’s initiative to prioritize PSH to people with the highest need by establishing a centralized registry of people who are both homeless and disabled and streamlining the application process. It is our major strategy to bring an end to chronic homelessness.

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Operation Vets Home

Operation Vets Home is Alameda County’s coordinated effort to end veteran homelessness. The initiative is implemented in partnership with the Veterans Administration and veteran serving providers. Learn more about our progress and how to refer eligible clients.

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HUD CoC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

Each year EveryOne Home conducts a local rating and ranking process for projects receiving federal homelessness funds. In 2015 we submitted a package totalling approximately $31 million to fund 53 projects across the county.

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Coordinated Entry System

EveryOne Home is leading Alameda County’s work to implement coordinated entry into programs that serve people experiencing homelessness in our community. Coordinated entry is intended to make it easier for anyone experiencing a housing crisis to access services, match people to services that best meet their level of need, and prioritize people with the highest need so our resources make the greatest impact towards ending homelessness.

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