Emergency Solutions Grant
The Emergency Solutions Grant program (ESG) provides funding to: (1) engage homeless individuals and families living on the street; (2) improve the number and quality of emergency shelters for homeless individuals and families; (3) help operate these shelters; (4) provide essential services to shelter residents, (5) rapidly re-house homeless individuals and families, and (6) prevent families/individuals from becoming homeless. For more information and resources about ESG, visit HUD Exchange website at www.hudexchange.info/programs/esg.
The City of Garden Grove is a recipient of ESG funds annually from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and allocates the resources to subrecipients to rehabilitate and operate emergency shelters and transitional shelters, provide essential social services, and prevent homelessness.
The following is a list of service providers who have received 2018/2019 ESG funds from the City of Garden Grove. If you are interested in receiving homeless prevention or re-housing services, please contact the providers listed below. For information on other agencies providing homeless services to residents in the Garden Grove area, please click on the Homeless Service Providers brochure.
Street Outreach – Street outreach to connect homeless individuals to emergency shelter, housing, or critical services
Contact: Matt Bates
Phone: (323) 485-8881
Domestic Violence - Emergency and transitional shelter, counseling, education, crisis hotlines, economic self-sufficiency services.
Rapid Rehousing – Rental assistance, case management, comprehensive housing relocation and stabilization services.
Contact: Carol Williams
Phone: (562) 594-9492
Thomas House Temporary Shelter
Homelessness Prevention – Case management, budgeting and other supportive services.
Transitional Shelter – Rent-free shelter for qualified homeless families.
Contact: Natalie Julien
Phone: (714) 554-0357
Mercy House Living Centers
Emergency Shelter – Provide low-threshold shelter and winter refuge for homeless adults including chronic homeless and veterans.
Homeless Prevention – Rental assistance and case management to families and individuals at imminent risk of homelessness
Contact: Allison Davenport
Phone: (714) 836-7188
If you would like to obtain more information or have questions, please contact Timothy Throne at (714) 741-5144 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.