Provide coordinated and holistic services to the human service providers within the County.
Department > Services > Homeless Assistance Program > Emergency Shelter
This component is defined as refuge and care to persons who are in immediate need and are homeless; i.e. have no permanent legal residence of their own. Services include mass or individual shelter in congregate settings, and individual shelter paid through a voucher system to house clients in hotels or motels up to a maximum of 60 days.
Shelters that receive HAP funds must meet applicable fire and panic regulations, and local health and safety laws and requirements.
- Personnel: wages and salaries, and benefits, only if they are part of a mass shelter per diem rate
- Operating: mass shelter supplies such as cots, blankets, and personal hygiene items
- Client: mass shelter nights, motel and hotel stays
- Rental payments and mortgage subsidies
- Utility payments
- Renovations and repairs
- Real property
- Equipment purchases exceeding $300
- Food purchases
- The provision of medical care unless it is an integral but subordinate part of a social service
- Social services provided in and by employees of any hospital, skilled nursing facility, intermediate care facility or prison or to any individual living in such institutions.
- The provision of cash payments as a service