FY 1998 SuperNOFA Guidebook

Competitive Grant Program List

Table I lists all of the competitive grant programs that are included in the FY98 SuperNOFAs 3. The programs are listed by SuperNOFA category. Within each category, the programs are grouped under subheadings, such as "Public/Assisted Housing" and "Housing," based on the general purpose of the grant. The approximate FY98 funding amount for each grant program is also listed. Descriptions of each program listed in Table I are given in Part IV of the guidebook.

TABLE I: Grant Programs Included in the SuperNOFAs
SuperNOFA Grant Program Funding Amount 4
(in millions of dollars)
Housing and
Community
Development
Technical Assistance

  • HOME TA

$31


  • CHDO TA

42


  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)

4.4


  • CDBG TA

5


Universities and Colleges

  • Community Outreach Partnership Centers (COPC)

7


  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

6.5


  • Community Development Work Study (CDWS) 5

3.5


  • Hispanic-Serving Institutions Work Study Program (HSI�WSP) 6

3


Fair Housing Outreach and Assisted Housing Counseling



  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)


� Education and Outreach Initiative (EOI) 7

1


� Private Enforcement Initiative (PEI)

9.3


� Fair Housing Organizations Initiative (FHOI)

1.2


  • Housing Counseling Program (HCP)

18


� Local Counseling Agencies

� National, Regional, Multistate Agencies



� State Housing Finance Agencies



Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control



  • Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program

Housing and
Community
Development

Modernization and Revitalization



  • Comprehensive Improvement Assistance Program (CIAP)

$304


  • HOPE VI


� Revitalization Grants

416


� Elderly Housing Grants

26


Drug Elimination in Public and Assisted Housing



  • Public and Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program (PHDEP)


� Grants

288 8


� Technical Assistance (TA)

2


  • New Approaches Anti-Drug Program

20


  • Multifamily Housing Drug Elimination Program (MHDEP)

16.3

Economic
Development
and Empowerment

  • Economic Development Initiative (EDI)

38


  • Brownfields Economic Development Initiative (BEDI)

25


  • Youthbuild

35


  • Economic Development and Supportive Services (ED/SS) Program

43


  • Tenant Opportunity Program (TOP)

16.8


  • Portfolio Reengineering Outreach and Training Program 9

6


  • Secondary Market Nonconforming Loans Demonstration 10

10

Targeted Housing and Homeless Assistance Programs

Homelessness Assistance



  • Continuum of Care

$640


� Supportive Housing Program (SHP)

� Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Program for Homeless Individuals



� Shelter Plus Care (S+C)



Elderly



  • Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly

402


  • Elderly/Disabled Service Coordinator Funds (EDSCF)

13





Persons with Disabilities



  • Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities

74


  • Section 8 Mainstream Program

48.5


  • Section 8 Designated Housing

40


  • See EDSCF under "Elderly" above


  • Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
    (HOPWA)�Competitive

20.2


Other



  • Section 8 Family Unification Program (FUP)
NA 11


3 Virtually all of HUD's competitive grant programs are included in the SuperNOFAs. Certain competitive programs, such as demonstrations or those that are still being designed at the time the SuperNOFAs are released, may still have separate NOFAs as warranted. HUD is working to minimize such occurrences. The goal is to limit them to situations where including the program would unnecessarily delay releasing the SuperNOFA.

4 The funding amounts listed in the table are approximate. They do not, necessarily, reflect the exact amount of funding that will be made available through the competition.

5 The CDWS and HSI-WSP programs were scheduled to be released in their own NOFAs prior to the date of the first SuperNOFA so that the applicants could meet recruiting requirements for their students assisted by these programs.

6 Ibid.

7 An additional $3.5 million in funding for EOI National projects will be announced under a separate National NOFA (see discussion at end of Part I).

8 Approximately $45 million of this total is FY97 second round funding and is only available to eligible applicants that did not receive funding from this program in FY97.

9 Since the Portfolio Reengineering Outreach and Training Program and Secondary Market Nonconforming Loans Demonstration are related to housing they were intended to be part of the Housing and Community Development SuperNOFA. However, program details were still in development as of the publication date of the Housing and Community Development SuperNOFA; so, these programs were grouped in a subsequent SuperNOFA.

10 Ibid

11 The amount of funding allocated to the Section 8 Family Unification Program had not been determined at the time of publication.

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