HUD MAKES $2 MILLION AVAILABLE FOR HOUSING COUNSELING TRAINING

WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing effort to provide quality housing counseling to the nation’s homeowners, buyers and renters, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced the availability of $2 million in grants for housing counseling training. HUD’s goal is to fund eligible organizations to deliver training across the full spectrum of counseling services.

At Least $101,000 in Counseling Grants to Help Families Find and Keep Housing in Iowa

WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing effort to help families find decent housing and to prevent future foreclosures, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced at least $101,000 in housing counseling grants to four counseling programs in Iowa. As a result of this funding, Iowa households will have a greater opportunity to find housing or keep their current homes. In addition to the funding to these state and local agencies, HUD is awarding $29 million to national, regional and multi-state counseling agencies that may also have an impact in Iowa communities.

At least $60,000 in Counseling Grants to Help Families Find and Keep Housing in Kansas

WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing effort to help families find decent housing and to prevent future foreclosures, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced at least $60,000 in housing counseling grants to three programs in Topeka and Wichita. As a result of this funding, Kansas households will have a greater opportunity to find housing or keep their current homes. In addition to the funding to these state and local agencies, HUD is awarding $29 million to national, regional and multi-state counseling agencies that may also have an impact in Kansas communities.

At least $253,000 in Counseling Grants to Help Families Find and Keep Housing in Missouri

WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing effort to help families find decent housing and to prevent future foreclosures, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced at least $253,000 in housing counseling grants to 11 counseling programs in Missouri. As a result of this funding, Missouri households will have a greater opportunity to find housing or keep their current homes. In addition to the funding to these state and local agencies, HUD is awarding $29 million to national, regional and multi-state counseling agencies that may also have an impact in Missouri.

At Least $82,000 in Counseling Grants to Help Families Find and Keep Housing in Nebraska

WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing effort to help families find decent housing and to prevent future foreclosures, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced at least $82,000 in housing counseling grants to four local programs in Nebraska. As a result of this funding, Nebraska households will have a greater opportunity to find housing or keep their current homes. In addition to the funding to these state and local agencies, HUD is awarding $29 million to national, regional and multi-state counseling agencies that may also have an impact in Nebraska communities.