Covid Supplementary Payments (CSP)

CSP is available for operating cost increases that are directly related to a property’s efforts to prevent and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic


HOME Investment Partnerships Program

Federal block grant program administered by the state and designed to create affordable housing for low and moderate-income households. Purposes include: provide quality, affordable housing for Connecticut residents; strengthen communities; expand the capacity of non-profit housing development organizations; and leverage private sector participation. Eligible uses include rehabilitation, new construction, demolition, American Dream Down Payment Initiative, homeownership, rental housing, relocation, pre-development loans, operating expenses (CHDOs only, see HOME – CHDO Funding program), and homebuyer education.


Housing Receivership Revolving Fund

By law the Housing Receivership Revolving Fund may be used with court approval, to meet expenses for certain buildings for which a
receiver has been appointed to remedy certain housing violations. New $50M expands the conditions under which the Superior Court may authorize the fund’s use by:
(1) eliminating a requirement that the building in receivership have no more than 20 units or be a mobile manufactured home park or a space or lot
(2) increasing the cap on the anticipated per-unit average expense from $5,000 to $10,000

Also increases the amount that may be spent from the fund in any single municipality from $200K to $1M per year


Indian Housing Block Grant Program (IHBG)

Eligible Indian tribes and tribally-designated housing entities receive grants to develop maintain, and operate affordable housing in safe and healthy environments on Indian reservations and in other Indian areas, and carry out other affordable housing activities


National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF)

National Housing Trust Fund is a federal block grant program used for the production, preservation, rehabilitation, or operation of affordable rental housing. 75% of all HTF dollars must serve extremely low-income households.


Public Housing Operating Funds

The Public Housing Operating Fund program provides subsidies necessary for PHAs to operate and maintain nearly 1.1 million deeply affordable public housing units that constitute a critical piece of
the housing market, providing homes for some of the nation’s most vulnerable renters as well as local investment in economies.

Moving to Work (MTW) is a demonstration program for public housing authorities (PHAs) that provides them the opportunity to design and test innovative, locally designed strategies that use Federal dollars more efficiently, help residents find employment and become self-sufficient, and increase housing choices for low-income families. MTW allows PHAs exemptions from many existing public housing and voucher rules and provides funding flexibility with how they use their Federal funds.