Indian Community Development Block Grant Imminent Threat Funding (ICDBG-IT) under the American Rescue Plan Act
This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program
determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.
The Phase 3 application period is open on a first-come,
first-served basis and will remain open until all funds
are awarded. Applications will receive an email
confirming the official date and time of receipt of the
HUD Office of Native American Programs, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Indian Community Development Block Grant Imminent Threat
Funding (ICDBG-IT) under the American Rescue Plan Act
will provide grants for tribes and tribal organizations
to be used for emergencies that constitute imminent
threats to health and safety and that are designed to
prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus.
Tribes and tribal organizations are eligible to apply for
ICDBG-ARP funds if they meet the criteria for eligible
applicants provided in the ICDBG regulations at
24 CFR 1003.5.
Links to additional guidance and the
implementation instructions are available on the
Email completed applications to ICDBGARP@hud.gov.
Applications will be reviewed in 3 phases.
Phase 1: Unfunded ICDBG-CARES
Applicants: Initial priority will be given to
unfunded ICDBG-CARES applicants that met all
program requirements but were not funded because of
Phase 2: Other ICDBG-ARP Applicants:
Applications from grantees that did not receive an
award under the ICDBG-CARES program and are not
included on the phase 1 priority list and applications
from grantees that did receive a fully funded award
under the ICDBG-CARES program. Phase 2 applications
will be accepted between September 3 - October 18,
Phase 3: Remaining Funding: If funds
remain, HUD will review any applications received after
October 18, 2021 on a first-come, first-served basis.
The amount of funding for Phase 3 will not be known
until all of the Phase 2 applications are considered
and awarded. Phase 2 awards will be announced in
American Indian or Alaska Native · Emergency preparedness and response · Infectious diseases · Public health
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