Putting Housing First: ESG-CV Funding
The Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services announces $15.7 million in Emergency Solutions Grants COVID-19 (ESG-CV) funding, strengthening the Baltimore City’s response to the pandemic and its impact.
MOHS is committing more than two-thirds of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funding — $10.7 million — to provide rapid rehousing and homelessness prevention. The remainder of the funding will support emergency shelter, street outreach, data management and ESG-CV administration and oversight.
We recognize that housing solves homelessness. Making sure that those experiencing homelessness receive housing and those at risk of homelessness remain in their current housing provides stability and safety in a time of uncertainty.
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Read the full report: Putting Housing First: ESG-CV Allocations
As we move into fall and continued uncertainty about the course of pandemic and its impact, we will leverage the city’s ESG-CV funds to continue to partner with you to advance our shared vision of a Baltimore where everyone has a place to call home.
Information for Providers
MOHS held a start-up conference for providers receiving ESG-CV funding on Sept. 23, 2020. The conference recording can be found here, and the webinar slides can be found here.