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Updated 1/19/2023

Funding Award Letter

Updated 10/25/2022

Applicant's Questions & Answers

Updated 10/13/2022

HHAP Round 1 & 2 RFP - Addendum 1

Updated 10/12/2022

HHAP Round 1 &2 Technical Workshop Presentation

Posted 10/06/2022

The Imperial Valley Continuum of Care Council (IVCCC) would like to invite qualified applicants to apply for funds to address the needs of homeless individuals and families transition into permanent housing while supporting the efforts of those individuals and families to maintain their permanent housing in Imperial County.


On July 31, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 101 (AB 101), creating HHAP Round 1. On June 29, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 83 (AB 83) which appropriated funding for HHAP Round 2.  HHAP Round 1 is a block grant program designed to provide jurisdictions with one-time grant funds to support regional coordination and expand or develop local capacity to address homelessness. The grant focuses on moving homeless individuals and families into permanent housing and on supporting the efforts of those individuals and families to maintain permanent housing. HHAP Round 2 is also a block grant program that focuses on funding permanent housing interventions directly and provide clear pathways to connect people to permanent housing options. It is designed to continue building regional coordination and a unified regional response to reduce and end homelessness.


A proportion of the HHAP Round 1 and Round 2 funds authorized under AB 101 and AB 83 was awarded to the County of Imperial and the other to the Imperial Valley Continuum of Care (CoC). The County of Imperial’s allocation has been redirected to the CoC to be administered on their behalf. Therefore, this RFP will award available funding under both the County of Imperial and Continuum of Care. A total of $3,939,585.26 is being made available through this funding opportunity.


This RFP announcement provides the information and forms necessary to prepare a proposal for the HHAP Round 1 & 2 grant funds. Qualified applicants are invited to submit proposals in accordance with this RFP no later than Friday, October 28, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.


You can find the RFP instructions below of by visiting the following sites:

  • ​County of Imperial Purchasing website:

  • IVCCC website:




            Date:               Wednesday, October 12, 2022

            Time:               10:00 am        

            Location:         Zoom Video Conference


October 6, 2022                      Post RFP on IVCCC’s website and County of Imperial                                                          Purchasing Department’s website

October 12, 2022                    HHAP Round 1 & 2 application workshop will be held via Zoom at 10:00 a.m. (workshop not mandatory                                                     but recommended). Interested participants must register via the following link: Workshop Registration

October 12, 2022                    Notice of Intent to Apply form due via email to by 5:00 p.m.

October 14, 2022                  Deadline for submission of applicants’ questions to Debbie Wray at by                                                        5:00 p.m.        

October 19, 2022                  Applicants’ Question & Answers posted to the IVCCC and Imperial County Purchasing Department                                                              websites by 5:00 p.m. 

October 28, 2022                  Submit three (3) hard copies and another digital copy on a USB of the application and related                                                                      documents to County of Imperial Purchasing Department, 1125 Main Street, El Centro, CA by 4:00 p.m.


November 7 - 10, 2022         Scoring and Ranking Committee review and ranks projects


November 16 - 18, 2022       IVCCC Executive Board approves recommendations of Scoring and Ranking Committee.


November 21, 2022             IVCCC Executive Board posts ranking on and mails out                                                     award letters. 


December, 2023                   Projects reach at least 50% completion based on project schedule of target activities.


April 30, 2025                        Funds designated for the delivery of permanent housing activity must be fully expended. 


April 30, 2026                        Funds designated for operating subsidies and services coordination activities must be fully expended.  

For additional questions, please contact Debbie Wray at:


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