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

News & Updates

Alameda County's Point In Time Count is on January 25th, 2022!

Interested in learning more about Alameda County’s 2022 Point In Time Count? Click here to find out more information about the Count! 

Watch SF Chronicle Live: The Homeless Project

Check out the SF Chronicle Live: Homeless Project featuring EveryOne Home’s Executive Director, Chelsea Andrews, along with Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, and All Home CEO Tomiquia Moss, discussing solutions to ending homelessness here.

The 2021 HUD CoC NOFO has been submitted!

The HUD CoC Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition closed November 16, 2021. We expect to hear the results in March 2022.

For additional information on the NOFO and the final rating and ranking of the 2021 NOFO Local Applications, visit our HUD CoC NOFO page.

Click here for the ALAMEDA COUNTY HRC/ACCESS POINTS INFORMATION

Due to the pandemic, some Housing Resource Centers in Alameda County have suspended/reduced drop-in services and may provide housing support over the phone. Please see the flyer here for more information about the Housing Resource Centers. 

Join & Support

Our Fall Fundraising Rally has begun!

Visit our Connect page to donate, join, and support the work to end homelessness in Alameda County.

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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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