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File #: 21-768    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/24/2021 Departments: HOUSING
On agenda: 10/5/2021 Final action: 10/5/2021
Title: Adopt a resolution accepting the All Home Regional Action Plan (RAP) developed by the Regional Impact Council (RIC), which outlines eight strategic priorities and a program investment framework to reduce unsheltered homelessness by 75% across the Bay Area, including San Mateo County, by 2024.
Sponsors: David J. Canepa
Attachments: 1. 20210928_r_All Home Regional Action Plan.pdf, 2. 20210928_att_All Home Regional Action Plan.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Raymond Hodges, Director, Department of Housing
Subject: All Home Regional Action Plan


RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution accepting the All Home Regional Action Plan (RAP) developed by the Regional Impact Council (RIC), which outlines eight strategic priorities and a program investment framework to reduce unsheltered homelessness by 75% across the Bay Area, including San Mateo County, by 2024.

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BACKGROUND:
The Bay Area region continues to face a severe housing shortage, increasing rents, and homelessness experienced disproportionately by certain communities. These trends have been further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to these challenges, the non-profit organization All Home was formed to bring together cities and counties in the Bay Area in order to advance regional solutions to disrupt the cycles of poverty and homelessness and create more economic mobility opportunities for extremely low-income people. All Home works with and connects cities and counties, sectors and silos to advance coordinated, innovative service delivery and build coalition-supported momentum to challenge the long-standing systems that perpetuate homelessness.

In 2020, All Home established the Regional Impact Council (RIC), a roundtable of policymakers, housing and homelessness service providers, business and philanthropic partners, and key affordable housing, social equity and economic mobility stakeholders from all nine Bay Area counties. There are currently two San Mateo County representatives on the RIC. Supervisor David Canepa and Louise Rogers, Chief of San Mateo County Health, sit on the RIC Steering Committee and RIC Technical Committee, respectively.

In April 2021, the RIC launched the Regional Action Plan (RAP), as shown in Attachment A, which pushes for a joint-effort, broad-based coalition to advocate for policies, progra...

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