What does this program do?
It provides grants to sponsoring organizations for the repair or rehabilitation of housing owned or occupied by low- and very-low-income rural citizens. USDA will award a total of $16,000,000 in Housing Preservation Grant Program funding for the repair and rehabilitation of rural housing units.
Who may apply for this program?
Most State and local governmental entities
Federally Recognized Tribes
Individual homeowners are not eligible
Additional requirements include:
Applicants must have the necessary background and experience with proven ability to perform the responsibility of repair and rehabilitation of low-income housing
Applicants are required to submit quarterly reports to show grant progress.
What is an eligible area?
Areas that may be served include:
Rural areas and towns with 20,000 or fewer people–Check eligible addresses
Federally Recognized Tribal lands
Having a place to call home is one of the most fundamental human needs necessary for stability and personal growth.
GCDC prides itself on providing affordable and supportive housing in the city of Yazoo and the surrounding area to those vulnerable individuals and families who need it most. We build and operate housing with onsite social services for individuals with special needs, including those who are homeless, mentally ill, those with developmental disabilities, grandparents raising grandchildren, and youth aging-out of foster care.
Our goal is to offer a decent place to call home, to provide assistance in navigating everyday challenges, and, most importantly, to instill hope, confidence, and optimism among those we serve. Such programs not only provide opportunities to transform individual lives, but serve as catalysts to help build social stability and safe neighborhoods.
For more information on current housing opportunities: Please contact our Director of Residential Operations at 662-746-5650 or send us a message.
Yazoo County Family Center