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List of EHV Awardees (MS EXCEL) Updated 6/22/2021

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Policy Notices

PIH 2021-15: EHV Operating Requirements Published 5/5/2021

 PIH 2021-20: EHV Household Reporting Requirements Published 6/30/2021



EHV FAQs (Published 7/13/2021)

EHV for USDA RD Properties FAQs

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Resource Library

PHA and CoC Crosswalk

EHV Funding Briefs

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Learn about: PIH’s Resources on Preventing and Ending Homelessness

Sample MOU Template

*Sample Homeless Certification

*Sample Human Trafficking Certification

*Sample Certification for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and/or Human Trafficking

Note: Sample certification documents are for reference. The use of these certification documents is optional and not required by HUD.

Questions and Communications

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Emergency Housing Vouchers
Emergency Housing Voucher Program
The Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) program is available through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Through EHV, HUD is providing 70,000 housing choice vouchers to local Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) in order to assist individuals and families who are:
  • Homeless,
  • At risk of homelessness,
  • Fleeing, or attempting to flee, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking, or
  • Were recently homeless or have a high risk of housing instability. 
IMPORTANT NOTE! PHAs can request a PUC increase for their EHVs.
PIH Notice 2021-15, Section 7a states “The initial funding increment for the EHV allocation will be based on the PHA’s per unit cost (PUC) for the PHA’s HCV program, adjusted for inflation and taking into consideration that the initial term is longer than 12 months. However, if during the initial term a PHA can demonstrate based on actual leasing and costs that the HAP funding will be insufficient to cover its actual HAP costs for the EHVs for the initial term, the PHA may request that HUD adjust the initial funding increment amount for the EHVs during the initial funding term. If the PHA has demonstrated the need to do so, HUD will adjust the initial funding amount based on the actual costs incurred upon request by the PHA to ensure the PHA has sufficient funding during the initial funding term to lease all of its EHVs and pay its EHV HAP costs through December 31, 2022. If the PHA believes that it needs an adjustment, it should contact its financial analyst in HUD’s Office of Housing Voucher Programs Financial Management Center (FMC).”


July 27th
3PM – 4PM (EDT)
EHV Reporting. Discuss IMS/PIC, VMS and FDS reporting.


This webinar series will introduce PHAs, CoCs, and other housing stakeholders to opportunities through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to fund and provide housing-related supports and services that can be coordinated with HUD housing assistance for people experiencing and at-risk of homelessness, including the 70,000 EHVs awarded by HUD to PHAs through the American Rescue Plan.

Webinar Title

Date and Time


CMS-Medicaid Resources for Housing Supportive Services

August 12th
3:00 - 4:30PM


ACF Resources for Housing Supportive Services

August 16th 3:00 - 4:30 PM (EDT)



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