Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG-ARP) and Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG-ARP) Resources
American Rescue Plan Programs
- Dear Tribal Leader Letter- IHBG-ARP Implementation Notice (April 14, 2021)
- IHBG-ARP Formula Allocations (March 12, 2021)
PIH 2021-20 ICDBG-ARP Implementation Notice (July 30, 2021) Provides Indian tribes with instructions on how to apply for ICDBG Program funding under ARP and other program requirements.
- Dear Tribal Leader Letter
- Tribal Consultation on Implementation of the ICDBG Funding under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (March 28, 2021)
Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant (NHHBG) Program
Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG-CARES) and Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG-CARES) Resources
(Updated) IHP-APR for IHBG-CARES/IHBG-ARP (Updated April 27, 2021)
Dear Tribal Leader Letter- CARES Act Reporting Update (March 26, 2021)
Dear Tribal Leader Letter: Supporting Access to the COVID-19 Vaccine (February 18, 2021)
This Dear Tribal Leader letter provides guidance on how program funding can be used for activities related to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Notice PIH 2021-06: ICDBG-CARES Grant Amendment Notice (January 15, 2021) - Process for Amending ICDBG-CARES Grants
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 National Emergency, Tribes and TDHEs have experienced delays in expending their Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program funding. To provide relief to these Tribes and TDHEs, HUD is waiving the Undisbursed Funds Factor at 24 CFR 1000.342 with respect to the fiscal year (FY) 2021 IHBG program allocation formula. The waiver provided in this Notice only affects the FY 2021 IHBG formula allocations and does not apply to IHBG formula allocations in years beyond FY 2021.
- Additional extensions of Indian Housing Plan and Annual Performance Report submission deadlines,
- Addressing how IHBG-CARES funds will be treated under the Undisbursed Funds Factor in the Indian Housing Block Grant formula, and
- Technical corrections to facilitate applying the CARES Act waivers to FY2019 Indian Community Development Block Grant funds.
For any questions about these resources, please contact the Office of Native American Programs via CodeTalk@hud.gov
Section 184/184A Home Loan Guarantee Resources
Dear Lender Letter 2021-07 (July 30, 2021)
The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to inform Lenders of the extension of the foreclosure-related eviction moratorium for an additional period through September 30, 2021, and to remind them of the expiration of the foreclosure moratorium.
Dear Lender Letter 2021-06 (June 30, 2021)
The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to inform Lenders of further extensions for the foreclosure and eviction moratoriums (July 31,2021), loan processing flexibilities, and the Borrower’s ability to request a COVID-19 Forbearance. This DLL also broadens Borrower eligibility for COVID-19 Loss Mitigation Options and expands COVID-19 Forbearance periods for certain Borrowers.
Dear Lender Letter 2021-02 (February 19, 2021)
The purpose of this Dear Lender Letter (DLL) is to inform Lenders of further extensions for the foreclosure and eviction moratoriums (June 30,2021), loan processing flexibilities, and the Borrower’s ability to request a COVID-19 Forbearance. This DLL also broadens Borrower eligibility for COVID-19 Loss Mitigation Options and expands COVID-19 Forbearance periods for certain Borrowers.
Dear Lender Letter 2020-13 (December 21, 2020)
Description: Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee program (Section 184) and Section 184A Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee program (Section 184A) extension of foreclosure and eviction moratorium and loan processing flexibilities in connection with the Presidentially Declared COVID-19 National Emergency.
Dear Lender Letter-2020-12 (October 30, 2020)
Description: This Dear Lender letter extends the re-verification of employment and IRS tax transcript flexibilities originally issued in DLL 2020-05, extended in DLL 2020-06 and DLL 2020-08 and further extended in DLL 2020-10, for an additional period through December 31, 2020.
Dear Lender Letter 2020-11 (September 9, 2020) - Correction to Section 184A Loan Limits
Dear Lender Letter 2020-09 (August 14, 2020) - Office of Loan Guarantee Fiscal Year 2020 Year-End Closure
Dear Lender Letter 2020-08 (June 29, 2020)
Note: This Dear Lender Letter (DLL) informs lenders and servicers of an extension to the foreclosure and related evictions moratoriums originally issued in DLL 2020-04 and extended in DLL 2020-06 for borrowers with Section 184 or Section 184A guaranteed loans for an additional period through August 31, 2020. This DLL also extends loan processing flexibilities related to appraisals, verification of employment and IRS transcripts originally issued in DLL 2020-05 and extended in DLL 2020-06 to August 31, 2020.
For any questions about these resources, please contact the Office of Loan Guarantee at OLGINFO@hud.gov
Eviction Moratorium to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended the Order banning evictions for certain renters until July 31, 2021. The CDC Order is a temporary eviction moratorium to protect public health and prevent further spread of COVID-19. See additional resources below.
- Statement from Secretary Marcia L. Fudge on the Eviction Moratorium (August 2021) (No longer in effect)
- Dear Tribal Leader Letter - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Issues an Order extending the Eviction Moratorium to July 31, 2021 (June 29, 2021)
- Federal Register Notice: Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19 (expires July 31, 2021)
- HHS/CDC FAQs: (June 24, 2021)
- CDC Eviction Moratorium Order: (Published June 24, 2021/ Expires July 31, 2021)
- HUD PIH FAQs (May 26, 2021)
- Resident Declaration Form (form expires September 30, 2021)
- For other languages, click here
- ONAP Tenant Flyer for CDC Order
- ONAP Duplication of Benefits Sources Table
Helping Tenants Access their Economic Impact Payment
Join the Office of Public and Indian Housing along with guest speakers from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and United Way as they provide an overview of the Economic Impact Payment (EIP or stimulus payment) and provide suggestions on how Public Housing Authority’s and Tribes or Tribally Designated Housing Entities can help families and individuals access their stimulus payment. Many families and individuals may be missing out on accessing their EIP either because they aren’t required to file taxes, may not know how to apply, or may be homeless.
Learn about the resources specifically to help tenants file by the deadline.
- YouTube Video
- Presentation Slides (August 26, 2020)
- Dear Tribal Leader letter on Economic Impact Payments and Child Tax Care Credits
Program Resources for Native Hawaiians
For more information on Native Hawaiian Housing programs, please contact Codetalk@hud.gov