Extremely Low Income (ELI) Housing Production and Preservation
Current deficit of 185K ELI rental units exists across counties of interest
All Home provides capacity for developers to grow the housing pipeline. For example, providing gap financing, innovating on traditional financing tools, and preserving existing housing that is affordable to ELI households.
Homelessness Prevention & Protection
Services protecting renters are funded inadequately, preventing long term self-sufficiency and economic mobility
All Home works in partnership with key stakeholder organizations (e.g. regional policy-makers, service providers, etc.) to identify, align, and scale proven prevention and protection programs. All Home raises private funding to catalyze and bring innovative programs to scale.
In Alameda, 42% report rental assistance could have prevented their homeless status
36% say employment assistance would have prevented homelessness, only ~10% access job services
Policy & Advocacy
Advocacy & Policy on sustainable housing and homelessness issues for ELI lack a united regional voice for state and federal advances
All Home collaborates with public and private partners to develop a regional policy & advocacy strategy focused on economic and social mobility for extremely low-income individuals.
Resources & data systems lack coordination to efficiently serve populations across jurisdictions
All Home supports regional collaboration to align around shared goals, interventions, and population level outcomes that are regionally coordinated. We facilitate data sharing, resource coordination, and provide capacity building and staff augmentation for high impact programs while using private funding as a catalyst for system optimization.
CA has 24% of the US homelessness, but 13% of federal funding Non-partisan review of CA state budget plan calls out continued underfunding for ELI housing