FY 1998 SuperNOFA Guidebook

Who Can Apply for SuperNOFA Programs?

Each of the programs included in the SuperNOFAs has different statutory and congressionally-mandated requirements for determining which organizations are eligible to apply for funding. Table II provides a listing of the SuperNOFA grant programs arranged by the type of organization eligible to apply for each program. The table is only a guide. The specific definitions of the broad applicant types listed in table II may vary slightly by program. Each applicant must read the "Eligible Applicants" section for the specific programs in the SuperNOFA.

While HUD is strictly prohibited from awarding funding to ineligible applicants, we strongly encourage ineligible groups with expertise to partner with an eligible entity who would be the formal applicant.

 

TABLE II: SuperNOFA Programs Listed by Applicant Type

Type of Applicant 14

Available Programs

Governmental Organizations

States

  • HOME Technical Assistance (TA)
 
  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)
 
  • Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) TA
 
  • Community Development Work Study (CDWS) 15

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)

� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)
 
  • Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program
 
  • Youthbuild
 
  • Continuum of Care
 
� Supportive Housing Program
(SHP)

� Shelter Plus Care (S+C)

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

 



Units of General Local
Government

 

  • HOME TA

  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)
 
  • CDBG TA
 
  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)
 
� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)
 
  • Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program
 
  • Economic Development Initiative (EDI)
 
  • Brownfields Economic Development Initiative (BEDI)
 
  • Youthbuild
 
  • Continuum of Care
 
� Supportive Housing Program
(SHP)

� Shelter Plus Care (S+C)
 
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA)�Competitive

 

 

Public Housing Agencies (PHAs)

 

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)
 
� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)

 

 

  • Comprehensive Improvement Assistance Program (CIAP) (if PHA owns/operates fewer than 250 units)
 
  • HOPE VI
 
� Revitalization Grants
 
� Elderly Housing Grants
 
  • Public and Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program (PHDEP)
 
� Grants
 
� Technical Assistance
 
  • New Approaches Anti-Drug Program
 
  • Youthbuild
 
  • Economic Development and Supportive Services (ED/SS) Program
 
  • Continuum of Care
 
� Supportive Housing Program
(SHP)
 
� Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation
Single Room Occupancy (SRO)
Program for Homeless Individuals
 
� Shelter Plus Care (S+C)
 
  • Elderly/Disabled Service Coordinator Funds (EDSCF)
  • Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities 16
  • Section 8 Mainstream Program
  • Section 8 Designated Housing
� Allocation Plans
� Specific Projects
  • Section 8 Family Unification Program


Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHE)

 

  • Public and Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program (PHDEP)
 
� Grants
 
� Technical Assistance
 
  • New Approaches Anti-Drug Program
 
  • Economic Development and Supportive Services (ED/SS) Program

 

 

Indian Tribes

 

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

 

 

Nonprofits

 

  • HOME TA
 

  • CHDO TA
 

  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)
 

  • CDBG TA
 
  • Community Development Work Study (CDWS) 17
 

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) 18
 
� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)
 
� Private Enforcement Initiative
(PEI)
 
� Fair Housing Organizations
Initiative (FHOI)
 
  • Housing Counseling Program (HCP) 19
 
� Local Counseling Agencies
 
� National, Regional, Multi-State
Agencies
 
� State Housing Finance Agencies
 
  • New Approaches Anti-Drug Program
 
  • Multifamily Housing Drug Elimination Program (MHDEP) 20
 
  • Portfolio Reengineering Outreach and Training Program
 
  • Secondary Market Nonconforming Loans Demonstration 21
 

  • Continuum of Care
 
� Supportive Housing Program
(SHP)
 
� Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation
Single Room Occupancy (SRO)
Program for Homeless Individuals
(private, nonprofits)
 
  • Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly
 
  • Elderly/Disabled Service Coordinator Funds (EDSCF)
  • Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities
 
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA)�Competitive


Colleges and Universities

 

  • CDBG TA
 
  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)
 
  • Community Outreach Partnership Centers (COPC)
 
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) 22
 
  • Community Development Work Study (CDWS) 23
 
  • Hispanic Serving Institutions Work Study Program (HSI�WSP) 24
 

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)
 
� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)
 
� Private Enforcement Initiative
(PEI)
 
� Fair Housing Organizations
Initiative (FHOI)

Resident Organizations From Federally Assisted Housing Projects

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)


� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)
 
  • Public and Indian Housing Drug Elimination
 
� Technical Assistance
 
  • Tenant Opportunities Program (TOP)
 
  • Portfolio Reengineering Outreach and Training

 

Owners of Assisted Low-Income Housing

 

  • New Approaches Anti-Drug Program


  • Multifamily Housing Drug Elimination Program (MHDEP) 25

 

 

Federally Approved Education and Employment Training Organization

 

  • Youthbuild

 

For-Profit Professional and Technical Services Company

 

  • HOME TA
  • CDBG TA
  • Supportive Housing Program TA (homelessness)
  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP)
� Education and Outreach Initiative
(EOI)

 


14 Please refer to the "Eligible Applicants" section of the program description in the SuperNOFA for specific qualifications pertaining to who is eligible to apply.

15 For Community Development Work Study, a State may apply on behalf of two or more colleges or universities located within the State. The schools must offer masters degree programs in eligible community building fields.

16 To qualify for Section 811 Supportive Housing the PHA must be 501 (c) (3) tax exempt.

17 For CDWS, the nonprofit must be an areawide planning organization. Areawide planning organizations may apply only on behalf of two or more colleges or universities offering masters degree programs in eligible community building fields.

18 For FHIP-PEI the nonprofit must be a fair housing enforcement organization. For FHIP-FHOI the nonprofit must be a fair housing enforcement organization or a nonprofit organizing to build capacity to provide fair housing enforcement.

19 For HCP the nonprofit must be a HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agency.

20 Only nonprofits that own federally assisted low-income housing may apply.

21 For the Secondary Market Demonstration, the nonprofit must be a Community Development Financial Institution.

22 To qualify for HBCUs the college or university must be designated as an HBCU by the U.S. Department of Education.

23 To qualify for CDWS, the college or university must offer a masters degree program in a community building field.

24 To qualify for HSI-WSP the college must be a community college and meet the U.S. Department of Education's definition of an Hispanic-Serving Institution and offer an associate degree in an eligible community building field.

25 For MHDEP the housing assistance must be Federal housing assistance.

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