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

News & Updates

Point In Time Count Update

On Monday, January 4, 2021, the HUD Continuum of Care Committee approved the Point In Time (PIT) Count Advisory Committee’s recommendation to request a waiver of all unsheltered PIT Count requirements from HUD. The sheltered PIT Count and Housing Inventory Count (HIC) will take place in 2021 as usual during the last 10 days of January. Click here for more information.

HUD CoC NOFA Update

On December 27, 2020, the HEROES Act was signed into law, effectively cancelling the FY 2020 HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and allowing HUD to distribute funding amounts to renewing grantees based on the FY 2019 HUD NOFA competition results. Click here for more information.

Centering Racial Equity in Homeless System Design Executive Summary

Download the executive summary for the Centering Racial Equity in Homeless System Design report. The full report is coming soon. 

Click here for the Housing Resource Centers Updates!

As of Tuesday, March 17, 2020, all Housing Resource Centers in Alameda County have suspended drop-in services and will be holding phone appointments for screenings, assessments and housing support. Please see the flyer here for more info. 

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

Coordinated Entry

Coordinated Entry is the front door of Alameda County’s Housing Crisis Response System that provides an accessible and fair way to connect people to housing support. Since there isn’t enough housing or services for everyone in need, the main job of Coordinated Entry is to problem solve, assess, and match people to any available resources, and to ensure that the people with the highest needs are prioritized.

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Home Stretch

As part of Coordinated Entry, our Home Stretch initiative matches the highest needs people to deeply affordable housing with on-going services called Supportive Housing. Alameda County has over 1800 units of permanent supportive housing. This is our best solution to get people off the streets, help them stay housed, and to bring an end to chronic homelessness.

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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.

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Results Based Accountability

The Results Based Accountability (RBA) Committee supports the goal of ending homelessness through performance measurement that is attentive to effort, quality, and impac

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