Hoeven Announces Nearly $2 Million in Grants for Housing Services Across North Dakota


WASHINGTON, DC – (RealEstateRama) — Senator John Hoeven, who serves on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded grants totaling $1,923,067 to support a wide variety of housing services across North Dakota. The funds are made available through HUD’s Continuum of Care program, which supports the efforts of non-profit organizations as well as state and local government to address homelessness for individuals and families, especially those fleeing domestic violence, and to promote self-sufficiency.

“Adequate housing is essential to the stability and security of all persons and their families,” Hoeven said. “Today’s awards will support the ongoing work of North Dakota’s many service providers to prevent homelessness and the anguish it causes, fostering the well-being and independence of our state’s residents.”

The details of the awards are as follows:

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


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