HUD Provides $79 Million to Help North Dakota Recover From Last Year’s Devastating Floods

WASHINGTON – U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today allocated $79.3 million in emergency aid to help North Dakota communities recover from last year’s devastating flooding.

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A cabin compound in Wisconsin; a co-op in Wash. D.C.; and a house on the Maine coast.



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A cabin compound in Wisconsin; a co-op in Washington, D.C.; and a five-bedroom house in Maine



HUD AWARDS $6.8 MILLION TO HELP LOCAL COMMUNITIES UNDERSTAND THE SCALE OF HOMELESSNESS IN THEIR AREAS

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today awarded $6.8 million to help local communities across this country to assess the nature and scope of their homeless challenge as part of a broader Administration goal of preventing and ending homelessness. The technical assistance grants awarded today will ultimately help state and local planning organizations or ‘continuums of care’ to improve data collection and reporting that is a critical part of designing their responses to homelessness.

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