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Overview

Public Facilities are defined as publicly owned facilities or buildings owned by non-profits or agencies that are open to the public or serve the vulnerable populations to include persons with special needs. Examples of publicly owned facilities are libraries, recreational facilities, parks or playgrounds. Examples of buildings owned by non-profits or agencies are homeless or domestic violence shelters, nursing or group homes, or health clinics.

Public Services are activities undertaken to provide employment training, childcare, health services, substance abuse treatment and counseling, educational programs, fair housing counseling, services for senior citizens and others.

Objectives

Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact / Sister Emma Cottage

Public Services

$1,352,108

Ineligible public services include any that replace current non-CDBG-DR funding; make payments directly to individuals (payments must go to service providers); provide continuous income payments or non-emergency payments for more than 3 consecutive payments (such as ongoing rent subsidies or utility bills); or involve political or religious activities.

Questions? Contact Zakenya Ross, Senior Program Manager, Public Services & Special Needs Housing Program, zross@usvipfa.com

Special Needs Housing (Public Facilities)

$10,095,171

Originally the Supportive Housing and Sheltering Programs include rehabilitation and development of new and emergency housing for vulnerable populations, as well as support services within those facilities. Projects might include evacuation centers, homeless shelters, homes for the aged, or other facilities and programs for those in greatest need. The program funds will be made available to successful applicants from governmental units, for-profit and nonprofit entities.

Questions? Contact Zakenya Ross, Senior Program Manager, Public Services & Special Needs Housing Program, zross@usvipfa.com

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