Form 3898 - Problem-Solving Assistance Request
- Course Catalog
Problem-Solving for Non-Traditional Partners
The Problem-Solving Web Series for Non-Traditional Partners covers the following 4 modules:
- What is Problem-Solving?
- Why Problem-Solving is Important
- Problem-Solving Conversations
- Problem-Solving Assistance Funds
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Please call 2-1-1 for information and services on homelessness near you.
Early Results from Rapid Access Problem Solving Pilot Project
In April 2021, SSF entered into contract with 2-1-1 to serve as a dedicated “front door” for people experiencing homelessness by providing a variety of new triage and housing assessments. 2-1-1 is utilizing a progressive assessment process, connecting callers to the most appropriate resource. The assessment process can result in referrals to shelter, domestic violence and/or human trafficking services, and problem-solving access points. If needed, 2-1-1 staff can also complete the VI-SPDAT assessment over the phone.
Based on 211 call data from June 1-30, 2021:
- 811 RAPS calls handled
- 76 callers referred to problem-solving access points
- 38 callers referred to an emergency shelter (Meadowview or The Grove)
- 8 callers referred to a victim service provider
With the RAPS pilot, SSF added a RAPS Specialist to the Coordinated Entry System (CES) team, dedicated to supporting the cohort of problem-solving access points with training, technical assistance, and other needs and to process problem-solving funding requests. Funding also supports the CES Analyst who aids with RAPS integration into the other CES team efforts.
Additionally, the problem-solving access points (PSAPs) began accepting appointments in June 2021. Each of the four agencies received approximately $33,000 annually to provide problem-solving resources to people who are experiencing homelessness or who meet the HUD definition of at-risk of homelessness. As of June 30, 2021, the following problem-solving funds have been used to help clients at the following agencies:
- Sacramento LGBTQ Center: $3,200 (four households)
- Sacramento Self Help Housing: $2,875 (one household)
- South Sacramento Homeless Assistance Resource Team: $6,406 (five households)
- WEAVE: $2,452 (two households)
A set of metrics evaluating the components of the RAPS pilot were developed by the CES Committee (CESC). In October 2021, staff will report to the CESC on the first two quarters of the pilot (April 1, 2021 – September 30, 2021), followed by presentation of this data and information to the full CoC Board in November 2021.
See our CoC Board meeting packet from August 13, 2021 to learn more about this project!
Sacramento Steps Forward is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) charity serving the Sacramento region. EIN# 27-4907397
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Problem-Solving Integration. Core Strategy Areas: 1) Training and TA. 2) Staffing. 3) Financial Assistance. Funding: • State Homeless Emergency Aid Program
Problem Solving helps people identify possible pathways to resolve their current housing crisis without needing ongoing shelter or a housing .
Households are offered assistance that explores and identifies creative solutions to resolve housing crises in real time. • Problem Solving staff will
Rental Assistance Considerations. Where ESG and CoC program funds are being utilized to provide short- term rental assistance under Rapid Rehousing and
Centralized Diversion Fund. Activities Funded: Mediation, family reunification, housing location, crisis resolution, flexible financial assistance
Problem-Solving Assistance Funds. Please click add to cart to access the course material. Users should use the latest browsers (Chrome, FIrefox, etc) and enable
As of June 30, 2021, the following problem-solving funds have been used to help clients ... South Sacramento Homeless Assistance Resource Team: $6,406 (five
The Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program is a federal program operated by the. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make grants to