Heitkamp Announces Significant Federal Funding for Public Housing Support in North Dakota


Washington, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a member of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, announced almost $2 million in federal funding to support affordable housing in North Dakota for those lacking a safe place to live.

“Safe, secure, and sustainable housing are basic needs for all of us,” said Heitkamp. “These federal funds will enable local organizations to help more individuals and families facing tough times afford to put roofs over their heads so they can get back on their feet.“

This federal funding is distributed as follows:

Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority – $549,176
YWCA Cass Clay – $345,525
North Dakota Department of Commerce in Bismarck – $304,416
Burleigh County Housing Authority – $229,150
North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People in Bismarck – $138,390
Community Violence Intervention Center in Grand Forks – $93,928
Abused Adult Resource Center in Bismarck – $83,664
Red River Valley Community Action in Grand Forks – $49,267
Prairie Heights in Devils Lake – $46,675
Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center in Dickinson – $37,599
YWCA Center of Hope and Emergency Shelter in Minot – $30,000
St. Joseph’s Social Care and Thrift Store in Grand Forks – $15,277

This federal funding is made available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care Program that assists individuals and families transitioning into either temporary or permanent housing. It will help coordinate activities between non-profits, as well as state and local governments, to make sure those at risk of homelessness have sustainable housing.


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