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** 2022 Home ARP program is closed to all applications**
The HOME-ARP Program provides developers with federal funding for the new construction, adaptive reuse, or acquisition and rehabilitation of housing for persons experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness.
All applicants will be required to describe the extent to which they can address one or more of the following Consolidated Plan priorities:
HOME-ARP eligible activities include:
Emergency shelters, hotels, and motels (including those currently operating as non-congregate shelter), facilities such as nursing homes, residential treatment facilities, correctional facilities, halfway houses, and housing for students or dormitories do not constitute housing in the HOME-ARP program. However, HOME-ARP funds may be used to acquire and rehabilitate such structures into HOME-ARP rental housing.
Non-congregate shelter funded with HOME-ARP must have in-unit sanitary facilities. Food preparation areas, if any, must contain suitable space and equipment to store, prepare, and serve food in a safe and sanitary manner.
Eligible applicants are: