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These Agencies Will Get $10M From Santa Monica To Fill Gaps In Service Systems

The HSGP Aims To Improve The Quality Of Life Of Santa Monica’s Youth And Families, People With Disabilities, Seniors, Low-Income Households, And People Experiencing Homelessness.

By Zach Armstrong

The Santa Monica City Council will allocate approximately $10 million to 21 programs run by 18 agencies to address community needs and gaps in service systems, while also offering funding stability to local social service agencies.

The funding is part of the four-year fiscal year 2023-27 Human Services Grants Program funding cycle. The HSGP aims to improve the quality of life of Santa Monica’s youth and families, people with disabilities, seniors, low-income households, and people experiencing homelessness.

The council staff recommendation allocates funding across participants to these service areas as follows: 26% to homelessness, 2% to disabilities, 18% to seniors, 17% to the underserved population not specified and  37% youth and families.

The following shows the agencies receiving the funding (Far Left) for these services, the programs they run under the funding (Middle) and how much they will receive (Far Right). The FY 2023-27 HSGP funding cycle will begin July 1. 

ChrysalisSM Employment Center$ 282,783
CLARE MATRIXHelp Empower Linkage Program$ 340,240
Connections for ChildrenSM Early Education$ 1,492,043
Disability Community Resource Ctr.Independent Living$ 205,285
Family Service of Santa MonicaIntegrated Mental Health$ 671,472
Growing PlaceMarine Park Child Dev. Center$ 212,500
*Haven Neighborhood ServicesBeyond the Bank$ 115,600
Hospitality Training AcademySM Jobs Initiative$ 109,907
JVS SoCalSM Youth Employment$ 170,190
Legal Aid Foundation of Los AngelesCommunity Legal Services$ 696,873
Meals on Wheels WestDelivering More than a Meal$ 61,850
Santa Monica CollegePico Partnership$ 226,971
*Social & Emotional Wellness InitiativeYouth Mental Health & Wellness$ 147,042
St. Joseph CenterOlder Adults Health and Wellness$842,060
St. Joseph CenterYouth Resource Team$ 768,631
The People Concern24/7 Samoshel Interim Housing$ 2,082,488
The People ConcernHousing Retention$ 200,000
Venice Family ClinicComprehensive Care$ 255,000
Westside Food BankEmergency Food Distribution$ 175,000
WISE & Healthy AgingCare Management / Adult Day Programs$ 560,671
WISE & Healthy AgingClub WISE and WISE Diner$ 528,988
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