To achieve these goals, the CDBG regulations set forth eligible activities and the national objective that each activity must meet. As recipients of CDBG funds, grantees are charged with ensuring these requirements are met.
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Additionally, on January 4, 2012, the following Program Rules was issued as it relates to the Emergency Shelter Grant Program, establishing new requirements and renaming the program to the Emergency Solutions Grant program (HESG): HOMELESS EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE AND RAPID TRANSITION TO HOUSING: EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT PROGRAM AND CONSOLIDATED PLAN CONFORMING AMMENDMENTS (24-CFR Parts 91 and 576)
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The HOPWA grant is a federally funded program designed to provide States and localities with resources and incentives to devise long-term comprehensive strategies for housing assistance and services for low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The program provides formula-based grants to eligible metropolitan areas and States based on the number of reported cases of AIDS in the area. HOPWA funds may be used to assist all forms of housing designed to prevent homelessness for persons living with HIV/AIDS, including emergency housing, shared housing arrangements, apartments, single room occupancy (SRO) dwellings, and community residences. Appropriate supportive services must be provided as part of any HOPWA assisted housing.
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The Home Partnership Program Home is authorized under Title II of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act, as amended. Program regulations are at 24 CFR Part 92. HOME is the largest Federal block grant to State and local governments designed exclusively to create affordable housing for low-income households. Each year it allocates approximately $2 billion among the States and hundreds of localities nationwide.
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