HOPWA, ESG and CDBG Information

 

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Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)

Louisville Metro is an entitlement community that receives HOPWA Funding from HUD based on a population formula. HUD determines what activities are eligible for HOPWA funds. Louisville Metro determines which activities will be funded with HOPWA through the Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plan processes. In general, HOPWA funds rental assistance and supportive services for persons who meet income requirements and are affected by HIV/AIDS.

The agencies serving the homeless who are funded through HOPWA are announced every year as part of the Mayor’s Recommended Budget.


HOPWA Rules and Regulations: are listed in the Federal Code of Regulations (24 CFR Part 576.)

Requests for Payment: HOPWA Subrecipients must submit Pay Requests to be reimbursed for grant expenses by Louisville Metro Government on a quarterly basis. Please see the Pay Request Handbook and General Guidelines.

Reporting: HOPWA Subrecipients must submit a monthly report on the 10th of each month to metrocompliance@louisvilleky.gov.

HOPWA Subrecipients must complete a quarterly report based on the logic model in their Grant Agreement’s Work Program and Budget. Contact the Program Manager for more information.

Reporting Documents for HOPWA Subrecipients: 
Client Count, Revenue and Expenses Report
TBRA Activity Report
STRMU Activity Report
HIRI and Administration Activity Report
Supportive Services Activity Report
Facility Based Activity Report


Please submit all correspondence to:
Elizabeth Fick Koppen
Louisville Metro Government
Department of Community Services and Revitalization
Research, Planning, and Compliance division
810 Barret Ave, Room 231, Louisville, KY 40204
Phone # 502-574-3074, Fax # 502-574-4336 



Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)

The purpose of the ESG program is to assist individuals and families quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis or homelessness.

Louisville Metro is an entitlement community that receives ESG Funding from HUD based on a population formula. HUD determines what activities are eligible for ESG funds. Louisville Metro determines which activities will be funded with ESG through the Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plan processes. In general, ESG funds emergency shelters, street outreach, rapid re-housing programs, and services such as case management for homeless persons in Louisville.

The agencies serving the homeless who are funded through ESG are announced every year as part of the Mayor’s Recommended Budget. Potential Subrecipients in Louisville that want to operate the homeless assistance and/or homelessness prevention projects must apply for ESG funds through Louisville Metro Government.


ESG Rules and Regulations: are listed in The Federal Code of Regulations (24 CFR Part 576.)

Requests for Payment: ESG Subrecipients must submit Pay Requests to be reimbursed for grant expenses by Louisville Metro Government on a quarterly basis. Please see the Pay Request Handbook and General Guidelines.

Reporting: ESG Subrecipients must submit a monthly report on the 10th of each month to metrocompliance@louisvilleky.gov.  Click here for the ESG Agencies Activity Report.

ESG Subrecipients must complete a quarterly report based on the logic model in their Grant Agreement’s Work Program and Budget. Contact the Program Manager for more information.


Please submit all correspondence to:
Elizabeth Fick Koppen
Louisville Metro Government
Department of Community Services and Revitalization
Research, Planning, and Compliance division
810 Barret Ave, Room 231, Louisville, KY 40204
Phone # 502-574-3074, Fax # 502-574-4336 


 

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Homeless Services Funds: Louisville Metro is an entitlement community that receives CDBG Funding from HUD based on a population formula. HUD determines what activities are eligible for CDBG funds. Louisville Metro determines which activities will be funded with CDBG through the Consolidated Plan and annual Action Plan processes. In general, these funds pay for services for homeless persons in Louisville

The agencies serving the homeless who are funded through CDBG are announced every year as part of the Mayor’s Recommended Budget.


CDBG Rules and Regulations:
The Federal Code of Regulations (24 CFR Part 570.)
CDBG Workshop Presentation (PDF - 193K)
IDIS Setup Form (Microsoft Excel document)
Notice of Federally Funded Project Form (PDF - 72K)
View CDBG Eligibility Maps by Council District

Requests for Payment: CDBG Subrecipients must submit Pay Requests to be reimbursed for grant expenses by Louisville Metro Government on a quarterly basis. Please see the Pay Request Handbook and General Guidelines.

Reporting:
CDBG Subrecipients must submit the CDBG-Funded Homeless Provider Report, on the 10th of each month to metrocompliance@louisvilleky.gov.

CDBG Subrecipients must complete a quarterly report based on the logic model in their Grant Agreement’s Work Program and Budget. Contact the Program Manager for more information.

Please submit all correspondence to:
Elizabeth Fick Koppen
Louisville Metro Government
Department of Community Services and Revitalization
Research, Planning, and Compliance division
810 Barret Ave, Room 231, Louisville, KY 40204
Phone # 502-574-3074, Fax # 502-574-4336