Rural Housing Preservation Grants (Section 533)
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The Rural Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) program provides funds to sponsoring organizations to establish grants or low-interest loan programs for homeowners to repair or rehabilitate individual housing, rental properties, or co-ops owned and/or occupied by very low- and low-income rural persons.
Eligible expenses include:
- Repairing or replacing electrical wiring, foundations, roofs, insulation, heating systems and water/waste disposal systems
- Handicap accessibility features
- Labor and materials
- Administrative expenses
Priority will be given to projects designed to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with substance use disorder (including opioid misuse) in high-risk rural communities by strengthening the capacity to address prevention, treatment and/or recovery at the community, county, state, and/or regional levels.
Eligible entities include:
- State and local governments
- Nonprofit corporations
- Federally-recognized Indian tribes
Grantees must use funds in towns with a population under 20,000 or on federally recognized Tribal lands
No minimum or maximum award amounts have been established. The project period can be up to 2 years.
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