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Visit ONAP's COVID-19 Recovery Programs webpage to view Waivers, Program Notices and Guidance and Training Materials related to IHBG-CARES, ICDBG-CARES, IHBG-ARP and ICDBG-ARP.

The Office of Native American Programs is working tirelessly to support all of our Tribal housing partners as we deal with the impact of COVID-19 as a Nation.  The safety and security of Native American families, Tribal housing staff, and all in Indian Country is our top priority. For more information and resources related to COVID-19, please visit: www.hud.gov/coronavirus


Section 184/184A Home Loan Guarantee Newly Published Resources

Dear Lender Letter 2022-05 - The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to inform Lenders and other stakeholders of the start of HUD’s Fiscal Year 2022 financial closeout for the Section 184 Indian Home Loan (Section 184), the Section 184A Native Hawaiian Home Loan (Section 184A) and the Title VI Loan Guarantee (Title VI) programs.

Dear Lender Letter 2022-04 - The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to update the maximum loan limits for the Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee (Section 184) program and Section 184A Native Hawaiian Home Loan Guarantee (Section 184A) program.

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Dear Lender Letter 2022-03 - The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to amend some of the review and re-review requirements in DLL 2022-01 and to make a technical update to the First Legal Action and Reasonable Diligence time frames for Borrowers exiting a COVID-19 Forbearance.

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A  full listing of Dear Lender Letters can be found at: OLG Dear Lender Letters.  For any questions about these resources, please contact the Office of Loan Guarantee at OLGINFO@hud.gov


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REMINDER: Notice PIH 2022-27 - Notice of Deadline Extension for Accepting Indian Housing Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act Funds

The purpose of this Notice is to provide an extension to the July 5, 2022 deadline, set in PIH Notice 2022-13: Notice of Reallocation of Unaccepted Indian Housing Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act (IHBG-ARP) Funds to the Indian Community Development Block Grant Imminent Threat – American Rescue Plan Act (ICDBG-ARP) Program, for Indian tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) to submit their Abbreviated Indian Housing Plan (AIHP) to receive their IHBGARP grant funding. The final deadline to accept IHBG-ARP funds is September 30, 2022. Funds that are not accepted by the deadline will be repurposed to fund additional ICDBGARP grants. All other terms of PIH Notice 2022-13 remain in effect.


FY 2021 and 2022 Rural Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants (RCB)

The Rural Capacity Building program enhances the capacity and ability of rural housing development organizations, Community Development Corporations (CDCs), Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs), rural local governments, and Indian tribes (eligible beneficiaries) to carry out affordable housing and community development activities in rural areas for the benefit of low- and moderate-income families and persons. The Rural Capacity Building program achieves this by funding National Organizations with expertise in rural housing and rural community development who work directly to build the capacity of eligible beneficiaries.

Eligible Program Activities: RCB program funds are limited to activities that strengthen the organizational infrastructure, management, and governance capabilities of eligible beneficiaries serving rural areas to effectively increase the capacity of the eligible beneficiaries to carry out community development and affordable housing activities that benefit low-income or low- and moderate-income families and persons in rural areas.

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Dear Tribal Leader Letter- BABA applies a new purchasing preference for American-made products that could significantly impact Tribal infrastructure projects.

On behalf of the White House Council on Native American Affairs (WHCNAA), you are cordially invited to an interagency Tribal consultation on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, 2pm – 5pm EST, on the implementation of the Build America, Buy America (BABA) Act (Pub. L. No. 117-58, §§ 70901-52), which was enacted as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (Pub. L. No. 117-58). View Letter


 

Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Tribal Consultation on Youth Homelessness and Funding Opportunities

On September 7, 2022, and September 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time, SNAPS and the Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) will conduct two consultation sessions with Tribal nations to provide information and solicit feedback from Indian tribes. The call-in details are below and will also be posted on CodeTalk.

September 7, 2022:
Webex meeting link: https://ems8.intellor.com/login/844611

September 15, 2022:
Webex meeting link: https://ems8.intellor.com/login/844908
HUD encourages written comments from Tribal leaders via email to CoCTribalConsult@hud.gov and enter “Tribal Consultation” in the subject line of the email.

Read the full DTL here.


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Training Webinars for Indian Community Development Block Grant Program and Indian Housing Block Grant Competitive Program Applicants

On July 29, 2022, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) program. The NOFO announced the availability of approximately $92 million for competitive grants with instructions on how to apply. Applicants have until 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) on October 24, 2022, to submit applications. For further information about this NOFO, please visit www.grants.gov and Codetalk (www.hud.gov/codetalk).

The Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) will host a two-day training webinar to review the NOFO and the application process, as well as address your questions.

Day 1 – ICDBG NOFO Applicant Training

The webinar will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. EDT on September 14, 2022; you may join the webinar 10 minutes prior – view in your time zone.

·       To join the conference, click: https://ems8.intellor.com/login/844834

·       Follow the prompts to connect audio by computer or telephone; Event ID: 844834

·       To join via phone only: Dial 888-251-2949 or 215-861-0694, Access Code 3606362#.

Day 2 – ICDBG NOFO Applicant Training

The webinar will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. EDT on September 15, 2022; you may join the webinar 10 minutes prior - view in your time zone.

·       To join the conference, click: https://ems8.intellor.com/login/844906

·       Follow the prompts to connect audio by computer or telephone; Event ID: 844906

·       To join via phone only: Dial 888-251-2949 or 215-861-0694, Access Code 3606362#.

ONAP will post all NOFO training materials (webinar details, webinar recordings, and Frequently Asked Questions) on Codetalk (www.hud.gov/codetalk).


Notice PIH 2022-27Notice of Deadline Extension for Accepting Indian Housing Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act Funds

The purpose of this Notice is to provide an extension to the July 5, 2022 deadline, set in PIH Notice 2022-13: Notice of Reallocation of Unaccepted Indian Housing Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act (IHBG-ARP) Funds to the Indian Community Development Block Grant Imminent Threat – American Rescue Plan Act (ICDBG-ARP) Program, for Indian tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) to submit their Abbreviated Indian Housing Plan (AIHP) to receive their IHBGARP grant funding. The final deadline to accept IHBG-ARP funds is September 30, 2022. Funds that are not accepted by the deadline will be repurposed to fund additional ICDBGARP grants. All other terms of PIH Notice 2022-13 remain in effect.


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a landmark, Federal law that provides critical housing protections to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking (“survivors”).  In accordance with HUD’s Government-to-Government Tribal Consultation Policy, HUD seeks your feedback on how to implement VAWA-like protections. View Dear Tribal Leader Letter.


Notice PIH-2022-23 - Administrative Requirements for Investing Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Funds


Seeking Public Input to Help Shape Thriving Communities

On August 5, 2022, DOT published a Thriving Communities Request for Information (RFI) in the Federal Register [Document Number 2022-16860] to hear directly from transportation professionals, local officials, community partners and other stakeholders about the specific issues and technical areas where those living and working in disadvantaged communities need more direct assistance from capacity building providers and the federal government to successfully access infrastructure funding and advance transformative transportation projects. The RFI can be viewed and comments submitted through August 26, 2022.  DOT’s new Thriving Communities Program will provide pre-application, planning and project development support of transformative infrastructure projects that increase affordable transportation options, enhance economic opportunity, reduce environmental burdens, improve access and quality of life, and provide other benefits to disadvantaged communities.


Indian Community Development Block Grant Program NOFO Published

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has published a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) to invite applications from eligible applicants for the Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) program. The FY 2022 ICDBG NOFO provides $92,309,280 in funding to ensure the development of viable Indian and Alaska Native communities, including the creation of decent housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities primarily for persons with low- and moderate- incomes.  Note: This ICDBG NOFO includes new priority points for activities related to mitigating the impacts of climate change. Please read the complete NOFO for additional details. The deadline for this funding opportunity is October 24, 2022.

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Indian Housing Block Grant Competitive NOFO Posted

ONAP has released the FY 2022 Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Competitive Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Awards will range from $500,000 to $7,500,000.  A copy of the NOFO can be obtained at grants.gov. Applications, submitted through grants.gov, are due by November 17, 2022. Please continue to check Codetalk for future updates and training announcements.


Treasury provides updates to FAQs on the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds 

The U.S. Department of Treasury (Treasury) has released updates to the frequently asked questions (FAQs) of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) Final Rule, authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

This update includes a number of new and revised FAQs. Treasury is specifically highlighting revisions to FAQs 2.14 and 4.9, which enable state, local, and tribal governments to use SLFRF funds for the full value (including the principal) of long-term affordable housing loans including low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) loans, and expands presumptively eligible uses for affordable housing. Specifically for Tribal governments, affordable housing projects are eligible uses of SLFRF funds if they would be eligible for funding under the Indian Housing Block Grant program, the Indian Community Development Block Grant program, or the Bureau of Indian Affairs Housing Improvement Program.

Alongside this guidance, Treasury is releasing an Affordable Housing How-To Guide, a simplified summary of SLFRF guidance on affordable housing and examples of how recipients can layer funds with federal resources.

Details for webinar briefings on the final rule FAQs, including one specifically on the topic of affordable housing development, will be forthcoming in the following weeks. Treasury will update the final rule FAQs periodically in response to questions received from stakeholders. For overall information about the program, please see The State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds website. For general questions, please email SLFRF@treasury.gov.
 


Tribal Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

Reopening Request for Nominations HUD has published a Federal Register Notice reopening its request for Tribal nominations to its Tribal Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (TIAC). The Notice sets out the required criteria for nominees. Previously submitted nominations do not need to be re-submitted. Nominations are due by July 28, 2022, which can be submitted through regulations.gov here.


IHBG CARES: Addressing Family and Individuals’ Needs - Presented June 13, 2022

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Program Guidance 2022-01 - Income Limits for the IHBG program under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA)

This guidance replaces Program Guidance 2021-01 and provides the latest Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Income Limits applicable to the Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program.


Notice PIH 2022-15: Federal Financial Report – Standard Form 425

This notice provides updated information to Indian tribes, tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs), and the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) on the reporting requirements for the Federal Financial Report (FFR) - Standard Form 425 (SF-425). This notice supersedes Program Guidance 2014-07 and 2015-04, as well as any conflicting guidance with respect to SF-425 forms in all, applicable program Notices and applicable program NOFOs.  

Effective Immediately - starting with the period ending 06/30/2022, for the most part, grantees will only submit one SF-425 per open grant at the end of the grantee’s program/fiscal year.  Exception: Grantees approved to invest IHBG formula program funds will continue to submit quarterly SF-425s on IHBG formula grants (55IT/IH) whether you are actively investing or not.  ROSS grants will continue to follow the current reporting schedule.  Please contact ROSS-PIH@hud.gov with any questions related to ROSS financial reporting.

IMPORTANT:  To the extent the terms and conditions of the Federal award (i.e., the Funding Approval/Agreement—Form HUD 52734-A or B, the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), or the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)) require a frequency of SF-425 submissions that conflicts with the provisions of Notice PIH 2022-15, ONAP intends to refrain from enforcing those conflicting terms and conditions of the Federal award SF-425 submission requirements if the grantee follows the requirements of Notice PIH 2022-15.


Notice PIH 2022-16: Total Development Cost (TDC) for Affordable Housing Under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA)


Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Tribal Playbook: A roadmap for delivering opportunity and investments in Indian Country

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) provides more than $13 billion in funding to directly support Tribal communities and makes Tribes eligible to apply for or request billions in discretionary, formula, and other funding. In total, this funding represents the single largest investment in Tribal infrastructure ever. This funding will deploy record investments to provide affordable high-speed internet, safer roads and bridges, modern wastewater and sanitation systems, clean drinking water, reliable and affordable electricity, and good paying jobs in every Tribal community. To help Tribal applicants navigate the full range of funds both available to Tribal Nations and set aside for their communities, this playbook provides an overview of the “what, when, where, and how” to apply for funds.


Advancing Equity through the American Rescue Plan 

On May 24, 2022, the White House released, Advancing Equity through the American Rescue Plan, a report that highlights how the Biden-Harris Administration is approaching the equitable implementation of the landmark American Rescue Plan Act (ARP). It highlights 32 programs that are helping to spur an equitable recovery, including ONAP programs.  The report provides a pathway for further actions toward ensuring Federal programs and services advance equity and support for underserved communities.  ARP included historic funding in response to the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that included $32 billion to Tribal governments and communities, including $750 million that ONAP administers to address housing needs and  imminent threats to health and safety related to the pandemic among Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.  Details on ONAP programs can be found on page 37 and pages 185-189. 


FY 2023 Indian Housing Block Grant Formula Allocation Estimates

The purpose of this Dear Tribal Leader letter is to inform Tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHE) of their Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) formula allocation estimate for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 and to transmit the forms required for correcting the FY 2023 IHBG formula data and the FY 2024 IHBG Needs data.  HUD is posting the following information on-line at: https://ihbgformula.com/fy2023/:

  • FY 2023 Formula Response Form (FRF) including the FY 2023 FRF Appendices A through D and the FY 2024 IHBG Needs Data (Attachment A).
  •  Calendar of Critical Deadlines and Frequently Asked Questions.
  • FY 2023 Correction/Challenge Log showing changes to the IHBG database between April 16, 2022, and May 18, 2022.

Tribes/TDHEs must review their data on the FY 2023 Formula Response Form and report any changes no later than August 1, 2022, to the IHBG Formula Customer Service Center.  Census Challenges for the FY 2024 IHBG Needs data must be submitted no later than March 30, 2023, for consideration for the FY 2024 IHBG formula allocation estimates.


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Environmental Review Process Webinar


Notice of Reallocation of Unaccepted Indian Housing Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act (IHBG-ARP) Funds to the Indian Community Development Block Grant Imminent Threat – American Rescue Plan Act (ICDBG-ARP) Program 

Per Notice PIH-2022-13, published on May 6, 2022, the deadline for Tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities to submit their Abbreviated Indian Housing Plan (AIHP) to receive their IHBG-ARP grant funding is July 5, 2022. Any IHBG-ARP funds that have not been accepted by this date will be reallocated from the IHBG-ARP program to the ICDBG-ARP program, in accordance with Section 11003(a)(1)(F) of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP). Reallocated funds will be used to fund additional approved ICDBG-ARP applications, as described in PIH Notice 2021-22, ICDBG-ARP Implementation Notice.  Review the Notice in its entirety here.


HUD Seeking Nominations for Tribal Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is moving forward with the next step in establishing the Tribal Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (TIAC) and has  published a Federal Register Notice (FR-6289-N-02) that formally establishes the TIAC.

The Notice invites Tribes to nominate Tribal representatives to serve on the TIAC. Nominees must meet the criteria described in the Notice and nominations must be submitted by May 31, 2022. To submit a nomination, please go to Regulations.gov and press the blue Comments button. You can either upload a document or type a comment in the box that appears.  Read the Dear Tribal Leader in its entirety here.  FAQs published here


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Affordable Connectivity Program Provides Monthly Subsidy for Internet Service


Process for Amending ICDBG-CARES and ICDBG-ARP Grants

On April 27, 2022, HUD published Notice PIH 2022-12.  The purpose of this notice is to provide Indian Community Development Block GrantImminent Threat Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (ICDBG-CARES) and Indian Community Development Block Grant-Imminent Threat American Rescue Plan Act (ICDBG-ARP) grantees with instructions on how to request amendments to their existing grants. This notice establishes the amendment process for ICDBG-ARP grants and modifies the amendment process for ICDBG-CARES grants, replacing PIH Notice 2021-06 “Process for Amending ICDBG-CARES Grants”.


HUD Issues One-Year Waiver for Tribes for BABA 

The Build America, Buy America (BABA) Act was enacted as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). Pub. L. 117-58, in November 2021. The Act requires that for all Federal financial assistance for infrastructure obligated by Federal agencies after May 14, 2022, any iron, steel, manufactured products, and construction materials used in a project must be produced in the United States.  Please note that this requirement is applicable to all Federal financial assistance—whether or not funded through IIJA—where funds are appropriated or otherwise made available and used for a project for infrastructure. 

On April 28, 2022, OMB issued guidance to Federal agencies on how to implement this new requirement.  OMB noted in its guidance that before applying a Buy America preference to a covered program that will affect Tribal communities, Federal agencies should follow the consultation policies established through Executive Order 13175, Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments, and consistent with policies set forth in the Presidential Memorandum of January 26, 2021, on Tribal Consultation and Strengthening Nation-Nation Relationships.  

To allow HUD time to conduct Tribal consultation, HUD issued a General Applicability Waiver of BABA provisions as applied to Tribal recipients of HUD Federal financial assistance.  The waiver is effective as of May 14, 2022, and will remain in effect for all Federal financial assistance for infrastructure projects obligated to Tribes, Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs)s, and other Tribal organizations for one year, or until HUD publishes a notice extending the waiver or a final notice confirming the completion of HUD’s Tribal consultation process and announcing the termination of this general applicability waiver.  This will allow HUD sufficient time to conduct Tribal consultation.  

HUD anticipates that this will primarily impact infrastructure projects funded under HUD programs, e.g., ICDBG-assisted infrastructure projects. Projects consisting solely of the purchase, construction, or improvement of a private home for personal use, for example, would not constitute an infrastructure project that is subject to BABA requirements. 

HUD will be providing more details on any Tribal consultation sessions in the near future and may conduct Tribal consultation in coordination with other Federal agencies that provide funding for Tribal infrastructure projects.  

HUD’s BABA website can be found here

The Tribal BABA waiver can be found here


Treasury’s ERA Reporting page for Tribes, TDHEs, and DHHL


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Tribal Consultation on HUD's Proposed Regulatory Changes to Rules on Equal Participation of Faith-Based Organizations in HUD Programs


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - ONAP ARP Recovery Training and Technical Assistance Initiative


The Internal Revenue Service Publishes Updated FAQs and Factsheets on COVID Relief Payments 

The Internal Revenue Service recently published updated FAQs and Factsheets on the tax treatment of various COVID Relief payments received by individuals  which can be found here. Please take some time to review these FAQs and Factsheets in their entirety, as there are quite a few questions specific to the tax treatment of the Treasury Department’s Homeowner Assistance Fund, Emergency Rental Assistance program, and other COVID Relief Fund Assistance.  These FAQs and Factsheets may be helpful to Tribes and TDHEs as they calculate the incomes of families assisted under ONAP’s various programs.  Tribes and TDHEs should talk to their Area ONAP representative if they have questions about how these payments should be treated for purposes of calculating annual income under ONAP programs. 


Fiscal Year 2023 President’s Budget and HUD Strategic Plan Released

On March 28, 2022, the Biden-Harris Administration submitted to Congress the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2023. The President’s Budget requests $71.9 billion for the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The Budget In Brief can be found here. ONAP’s programs can be found on pages 9 and 12.

Also, HUD’s Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2022-2026 has been released. The Strategic Plan can be found here.


Regional Roundtables Engage Tribal Leaders and Discuss Housing Issues in Indian Country

Consistent with President Biden’s Memorandum on Tribal Consultation and Strengthening Nation-to-Nation Relationships, one of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) top priorities is to provide regular and robust engagement with Tribal leaders while ensuring that HUD is effectively delivering on its mission to provide housing resources to Indian Country. In the fall of 2021, Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman represented the Federal Government in six regional roundtables to engage Tribal leaders and to discuss housing issues in Indian Country and their Tribal Nations. The six regional roundtables were held in October, November, and December 2021. View Summary Report


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Introducing ONAP’s new Tribal Climate Resilience and Adaptation Website

ONAP has created a Tribal climate resilience and adaptation website specifically for Tribes. The site pulls together tools and resources that are tailored to Tribes, including maps, data sets, and adaptation plans. It also includes information on Federal funding that supports Tribes addressing climate change, as well as case studies. As a reminder, technical assistance is available to achieve your climate planning and adaptation activities. Please reach out to your Area ONAP Office to submit your request.


First Edition of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Guidebook are now available 

On February 1st, the White House published a statement announcing the first edition of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Guidebook for state, local, tribal and territorial governments. This document is a great reference tool for tribes to navigate all of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s funding opportunities. You can read more about resources related to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law at www.whitehouse.gov/build/


Regulatory and Administrative Requirement Flexibilities Available to Native American Programs During CY 2022 and CY 2023 to Tribal Grantees To Assist With Recovery and Relief Efforts on Behalf of Families Affected by Presidentially Declared Disasters

This notification advises the public of waivers and flexibilities from HUD requirements for its Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG), Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG), and Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant (NHHBG) grantees located in areas that are covered by Presidentially Declared Disasters (PDDs).


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Introducing GEMS: A Streamlined Approach to Grant Administration


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - IHBG-CARES and IHBG-ARP Expenditures

Did you know that you can request technical assistance for your ARP projects?  Are you looking for innovative approaches to spend your funds or complete a project? Please reach out to your Area ONAP to request ARP technical assistance.  


Technical Assistance available for Tribes and TDHEs administering Emergency Rental Assistance 

HUD is pleased to announce that, through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Treasury, we have made awards to technical assistance providers that can provide support to Emergency Rental Assistance grantees that would like assistance.  Technical assistance can be provided to help Tribes and TDHEs with the design and administration of their ERA program. 

If you have a need for technical assistance, please send an email to your Area ONAP Technical Assistance contact with your contact information, and topic areas where you may need additional support.  HUD will review all requests and work to provide you with support, subject to the availability of funds.  We will also work to make best practices available to you so that you can learn from the promising practices and policies of other ERA grantees.


Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Taking Action to Prevent Evictions

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge issued a statement calling on state and local jurisdictions to take every action they can to safeguard their most vulnerable residents – and calling on every landlord, every housing owner, and every partner that receives HUD’s support to do all they can to help protect vulnerable renters in their communities. View DTL Letter


 

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