This workshop, presented by Anna Johnson, provided an overview of HHAPP and discussed how current providers, including THP-Plus, shelter and those interested in serving college students can apply for HHAPP to support one of eight evidence-based interventions the program will fund. Attendees learned how to identify the entities in their community applying for HHAPP funding, how much local funding will likely be available, and how to advocate locally for funding for homeless youth. Panelists included Lahela Maddox with the Homeless Coordinating & Financing Council, the state entity administering HHAPP; and Debbie Pell of Bill Wilson Center in Santa Clara County.