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North Dakota Homeless Grant (NDHG)

The North Dakota Homeless Grant is a state program designed to provide financial assistance to facilities and programs within North Dakota to identify sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons, as well as those at risk of homelessness, and provide the services necessary to help those persons quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis and/or homelessness. 

The Division of Community Services currently awards grant funds directly to emergency/homeless shelters and agencies throughout the state to provide funds for activities such as operational expenses (utilities, insurances, furnishings/appliances, etc.) and essential services (case management, medical, laundry, transportation, etc.), homeless prevention, rapid re-housing and Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).

The Division of Community Services is responsible for reviewing and ranking applications, reporting to the legislature, awarding grant funds and monitoring the recipients for compliance with program rules. The program administrator visits agencies to provide technical assistance and verify expenditures.
 

ESG Interim Rules and Regulations
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NDHG Award Outline
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2016 NDHG Application
File Size: 535 kb

2016 NDHG Program Distribution Statement
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2016 Income Limits
File Size: 126 kb

2016 Fair Market Rents
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2013 NDHG Recipients
File Size: 38 kb

2014 NDHG Recipients
File Size: 60 kb

2015 North Dakota Homeless Grant Recipients
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