Emergency Solutions Grants are US Department of Housing and Urban Affairs (HUD) funds designed to fund a wide range 0f services and supports for: Street Outreach, Essential Emergency Shelter Services , Rapid Re-housing and Homelessness Prevention.
TCHC, as the collaborative applicant, consults with the four ESG Recipients that are awarded HUD funds allocated within the geographical area of Tarrant and Parker Counties. TCHC is responsible for performance monitoring and evaluation of outcomes of Recipients and Sub-Recipients program outcomes.
– Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (ESG Grant Terms October 1 – September 30) for CoC TX601
– City of Fort Worth (ESG Grant Terms October 1 – September 30)
– City of Arlington (ESG Grant Terms July 1 – June 30)
– Tarrant County (ESG Grant Terms July 1 – June 30)
ESG Program Components Quick Reference Guide of Eligible Costs – ESG-Program-Components-Quick-Reference
ESG Resources and Guidance:
Homeless Emergency Assistanceand Rapid Transitionto Housing(HEARTH ACT)
Interim ESG Regulations: 24 C.F.R. Part576
HEARTHHomeless DefinitionFinal Rule: 24 C.F.R. Parts 91, 582 and 583
TexasAdministrativeCode:Administrative Policies andProcedures forTDHCA
TexasAdministrativeCode: GeneralProvisions forCommunityAffairsProgram
TexasAdministrativeCode: ESG Rules