Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP)
HPRP focused on housing stabilization. It provided temporary financial assistance and services to individuals or families to help attain long-term housing, even after this temporary assistance ends.
Fererally, the funding for the HPRP ended in 2012 and funding for the Homelessness Prevention (HP) and Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Programs were transferred to the Emergency Solution Grants (ESG).
Locally, we recieved funding for Homelessness Prevention rental assistance and funding for case management services. Our funding is only to assist individuals or families that are at-risk of losing their housing. If you are homeless and need assistance with housing, please contact Hospitality House.
What type of services are available?
- Rental Assistance
- Rental Past-Due Amounts
- Budgeting Assistance
- Life Skills
- Community Resources and Referrals
- General Case Management Assistance
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Who is eligible?
Individuals or families, with or without children, that are:
- about to leave a transitional housing situation,
- a victim of domestic violence, or
- about to become homeless.
Do you have an eviction notice or a notice from your landlord that you have to move?
Did you have an emergency, within the past 60 days, that caused you not to be able to pay rent?
Do you have no other options whatsoever for housing and no financial resources to obtain or remain in your housing?
If you anwered YES to any of these questions, then you MAY be eligible to recieve assistance our program.
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Is your current income less than the amount listed for your family size, in the table below?
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