2003-2007 Resident Service Delivery Models - Family/Homeownership - Categorical Grants

Overview

In FY06, Homeownership was added as a component to this program. The Homeownership component provides funds to recipients to deliver homeownership training, counseling and supportive services for residents of Public and Indian housing who are participating or have participated in self-sufficiency programs.

Funds from Family RSDM grants may be used for activities such as:

  • Supportive services, including child care, education, youth mentoring, counseling, case management, and computer training.
  • Economic development services such as job training, entrepreneurship development, credit union development, and job placement.
  • Physical improvements to provide space for self-sufficiency activities.

Summary

Available Funding: N/A
Application Due Date: N/A
Recipients: PHAs, Tribes/Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs), Resident Associations (RAs), and nonprofit organizations (including those nonprofit organizations supported by resident organizations or PHAs, tribes/TDHEs and RABs).
Grant Awards: FY 2007 Grantees (MS-Excel)
FY 2006 Grantees (MS-Excel)
FY 2005 Grantees
FY 2004 Grantees
FY 2003 Grantees
FY 2002 Grantees
FY 2001 Resident Service Delivery Models Grantees
Application Information: Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
Point of Contact: Donna A. Hines, GMC Webmaster

 

 
Content Archived: May 8, 2019