OLHCHH - Grant Opportunities

OPEN GRANT OPPORTUNITIES

 

 

 


 

 CLOSED GRANTS

 

Energy Efficiency and Renewables; Lead and Healthy Homes; Workforce Development

Energy: Weatherization Enhancement and Innovation Program
The program funds current weatherization program grantees and subgrantees to perform deep energy retrofits, integrate renewable energy, address health issues in housing, weatherize, and sponsor workforce development in these areas with a focus on innovation.


NOFO or Application Open until January 5, 2024
infrastructure-exchange.energy.gov

 

 

Capacity Building Grant

The purpose of the Lead Hazard Reduction Capacity Building Grant Program is to assist states; Federally-recognized Native American Tribes that have a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-authorized lead abatement certification program; cities, and counties/parishes, or other units of local government that have not received a HUD lead hazard control grant or been a sub-recipient of such a grant since January 1, 2010, in developing the infrastructure necessary to undertake comprehensive programs to identify and control lead-based paint hazards in eligible privately owned rental or owner-occupied housing.

Grants.gov NOFO

LHR Capacity Building Second Round One Pager

NOFO LRD Capacity FR-6600-N-31

Informational Webinar Session - November 15, 2023

 

Healthy Homes Production Grant Program

Multiple organizations or multiple units of local government may apply as a consortium, provided an eligible entity is the principal (lead) applicant responsible for ensuring compliance with NOFO requirements, and each entity must meet the Resolution of Civil Rights Matters threshold requirement. If an applicant’s department or agency does not report directly or through a direct chain of command to a jurisdiction’s chief executive officer (governor, county executive, mayor, etc.), the applicant must identify the specific statute(s) (e.g., 1 MyState Revised Code 2345) establishing it as a part of the government, and either attach the relevant wording or include the specific freely accessible web address(es) in the application. If you were awarded a grant under the FY 2021 or FY2022 HHP NOFO, you are ineligible to apply for FY 2023 HHP funding. Documentation or proof of Nonprofit 501(c)(3) designation status must be provided at the time of application.  Individuals, foreign entities, and sole proprietorship organizations are not eligible to compete for or receive, awards made under this announcement.

 

NOFO or Application Open until November 7, 2023
Grants.gov

 

 

Older Adults Home Modification Grant Program

The overall purpose of the Older Adult Home Modification Program (OAHMP) is to assist experienced nonprofit organizations, state and local governments, and public housing authorities in undertaking comprehensive programs that make safe and functional home modification repairs and renovations to meet the needs of low-income seniors. The goal of the home modification program is to enable low-income elderly persons to remain in their homes through low-cost, low-barrier, high-impact home modifications to reduce older adults’ risk of falling, improve general safety, increase accessibility, and improve their functional abilities in their home. This will enable older adults to remain in their homes, that is, to “age in place,” rather than move to nursing homes or other assisted care facilities.

 

NOFO or Application Closed on October 16, 2023
Grants.gov

 

 

Older Adult Home Modification Grant Program

The overall purpose of the Older Adult Home Modification Program (OAHMP) is to assist experienced nonprofit organizations, state and local governments, and public housing authorities in undertaking comprehensive programs that make safe and functional home modifications repairs, and renovations to meet the needs of low-income elderly homeowners. The home modification program aims to enable low-income elderly persons to remain in their homes through low-cost, low-barrier, high-impact home modifications to reduce older adults’ risk of falling, improve general safety, increase accessibility, and improve their functional abilities in their homes. This will enable older adults to remain in their homes, that is, to “age in place,” rather than move to nursing homes or other assisted care facilities.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Healthy Homes Production Grant Program

The Healthy Homes Production Program (HHP) is part of HUD’s overall Healthy Homes Initiative launched in 1999. The program takes a comprehensive approach to addressing multiple childhood diseases and injuries in the home by focusing on housing-related hazards in a coordinated fashion, rather than addressing a single hazard at a time. The program builds upon HUD’s successful Lead Hazard Control programs to expand the Department’s efforts to address a variety of high-priority environmental health and safety hazards.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Lead and Healthy Homes Technical Studies Grant

HUD is funding studies to improve HUD's and the public's knowledge of housing-related health and safety hazards and to improve or develop new hazard assessment and control methods, with a focus on lead and other critical residential health and safety hazards. HUD is especially interested in applications that will advance our knowledge on priority healthy homes issues by addressing important gaps in the science related to the accurate and efficient identification of hazards and the implementation of cost-effective hazard mitigation. This includes studies using implementation sciences in identifying specific conditions under which residential environmental hazard interventions that have been shown to be effective in specific housing types and residential settings can be assessed in other contexts.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Capacity Building Grant

The purpose of the Lead Hazard Reduction Capacity Building Grant Program is to assist states; Federally-recognized Native American Tribes that have a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-authorized lead abatement certification program; cities, and counties/parishes, or other units of local government that have not received a HUD lead hazard control grant or been a sub-recipient of such a grant since January 1, 2010, in developing the infrastructure necessary to undertake comprehensive programs to identify and control lead-based paint hazards in eligible privately owned rental or owner-occupied housing.

NOFO

 


 

Healthy Homes and Weatherization Grant 

HUD, through this Healthy Homes and Weatherization Cooperation Demonstration (HHWCD) NOFO, is interested in supporting demonstrations in up to 5 communities that provide housing interventions in lower-income households that are conducted jointly through the coordination of HUD’s Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes (OLHCHH)-funded Healthy Homes Production (HHP) program and programs funded by the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). A critical goal of this demonstration is to determine whether this coordinated delivery of services achieves cost-effectiveness and better outcomes in improving the safety and quality of homes, including health and energy efficiency.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Energy Efficiency and Renewables; Lead and Healthy Homes

Energy: Healthy Homes and Weatherization Cooperative Demonstration (HHWCD) Level 1
This is a joint program with HUD's Office of Healthy Homes and DOE's Weatherization Office to determine the benefits of a coordinated delivery model to achieve improved outcomes.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Brownfields and Waste Management; Energy Efficiency and Renewables; Environmental Justice; Lead and Healthy Homes; Resiliency; Transport; Utility-Scale Energy; Workforce Development

Environmental Justice: Collaborative Problem-Solving (EJCPS) Program
The EJ Collaborative Problem-Solving Cooperative Agreement Program funds nonprofits to work with other stakeholders to develop climate resiliency projects in disadvantaged communities.

PREVIOUS NOFO

 


 

Broadband; Brownfields and Waste Management; Energy Efficiency and Renewables; Environmental Justice; Lead and Healthy Homes; Resiliency; Transport; Utility-Scale Energy; Workforce Development

Environmental Justice: Government-to-Government (EJG2G) Program
The EJG2G program funds governmental entities to collaborate with nonprofits for model government activities that lead to measurable environmental or public health results in disadvantaged communities.

PREVIOUS NOFO