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HOME ARP Funds Utilization Survey

  1. Description

    The American Rescue Plan (ARP) provides $5 billion in federal funds to assist individuals or households who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and other vulnerable populations, by providing housing, rental assistance, supportive services, and non-congregate shelter, to reduce homelessness and increase housing stability across the country. The City of Winston-Salem needs your input on how to prioritize HUD funding for HOME ARP. Please fill out the survey using the guidelines below.

  2. PART 1: SERVICE PRIORITIES

    HOME ARP Funds may be used for a variety of purposes. Below are 4 main categories and definitions of service:

    Rental Housing - The acquisition, construction, and/or rehabilitation of rental housing. It may only be used for housing which requires a lease, excluding such properties as dorms or nursing homes.

    Tenant-Based Rental Assistance - Financial Assistance for individuals to obtain safe, sanitary, and affordable housing options. Includes security and utility deposits.

    Supportive Services - A wide range of assistance, including legal services, healthcare, and transportation to job sites and healthcare visits. Homeowners are not eligible for this assistance.

    Non-Congregant Shelter - One of more buildings containing private rooms/units serving as temporary shelter but not requiring a lease.

    INSTRUCTIONS: Choose a service priority from the drop-down menus below, with Priority 1 being the most important to fund and 4 being the least important. Please select a different service choice for each Priority.  

  3. PART 2: POPULATION PRIORITIES

    Below are four categories of populations eligible for HOME ARP-funded service, which may be prioritized based on certain characteristics. Prioritization applies only to recipients of Rental Housing and Non-Congregant Shelter assistance, which may be limited to a specific subpopulation of a qualifying population, as long as admission does not discriminate against any protected class under federal nondiscrimination laws.

    Households Experiencing or At Risk of Homelessness

    Veterans and Their Families

    Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and/or Human Trafficking

    Youth Aging Out of Foster Care

    INSTRUCTIONS: Choose a service priority from the drop-down menus below, with Priority 1 being the most important to fund and 4 being the least important. Please select a different service choice for each Priority.  

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