Landlord Funds

What We Do

Relationships with property owners and management companies are cultivated and sustained in order to secure permanent supportive housing units for homeless and formerly homeless people with disabilities supported by a variety of housing subsidy funding sources. Specifically, landlords willing to accept clients and subsidies from HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) and MHSA rental assistance programs are identified and supported when issues arise as a result of their involvement in these programs; coordination with service providers and public housing agencies (Public Housing Authorities and City Housing Departments) involved with managing housing subsidies occurs to ensure landlord concerns are addressed in a timely and appropriate fashion; and a landlord incentive and risk mitigation fund is operated. 

Who We Serve

Medi-Cal patients who are homeless, and/or high users of multiple systems with continued poor health outcomes.

How We Impact

215 new units will be created and 691 existing units at risk of leaving the market will be maintained through June 2020. 

Measures
Time
Period
Current Actual Value
Current Target Value
Current
Trend
PM
Sep 2018
104 units
450 units
8
PM
Sep 2018
2,213 units
8
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