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Register Today: CDBG-DR Problem Solving Clinic - July 30 - August 1, 2019

Training Overview

HUD is hosting a three-day Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Problem Solving Clinic to educate CDBG-DR and CDBG Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) grantees on how to successfully and compliantly implement their programs. Don’t miss out on this opportunity, register today!

The clinic will include trainings, peer to peer sessions, and one-on-one meetings with HUD and CDBG-DR expert staff to help grantees understand:

  • CDBG-DR specific rules and requirements
  • Federal Register Notices applicable to their allocation
  • Cross Cutting Requirements
  • Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) troubleshooting
  • Useful tips and best practices for launching, designing, and implementing a CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT program


DoubleTree by Hilton Kansas City - Overland Park
10100 College Boulevard
Overland Park, Kansas 66210-1462
Closest Airport: Kansas City International Airport, MO

Clinic Structure and Who Should Attend?

Day 1 is for CDBG-MIT grantees and their subrecipient staff only.

Days 2 and 3 are for all active CDBG-DR grantees and their subrecipient staff only.

Due to high demand and limited availability, for-profit corporation staff and consultants are not permitted to register for the CDBG-DR Problem Solving Clinic.

Schedule and Registration Information

Title Date Registration Link
Day 1: CDBG-DR Problem Solving
Clinic - CDBG-MIT Grantees
July 30, 2019
Closes: June 28, 2019
Days 2 and 3: CDBG-DR Problem
Solving Clinic - All Active CDBG-DR Grantees
July 31 - August 1, 2019
Closes: June 28, 2019

You must have a HUD Exchange account to register. Follow these instructions for registering.

Registration Approval Process

Your enrollment request does not guarantee approval to attend. The registrar will review your eligibility to attend before your enrollment request is accepted.

You will receive a confirmation email entitled "Confirmation - CDBG-DR Problem Solving Clinic" once your request has been accepted.


HUD cannot be responsible for penalties incurred due to cancelled arrangements.

Attendees Allowed Per Grantee

Grantees awarded funds for 2018 disasters (recently announced): Allowed up to 10 attendees (including grantee and subrecipient staff).

Grantees awarded funds in 2017 or later: Allowed up to 10 attendees (including grantee and subrecipient staff).

Grantees awarded funds in other years: Allowed up to 5 attendees (including grantee and subrecipient staff).

Additional grantee and subrecipient staff will be waitlisted and permitted to attend if the Clinic does not reach capacity.

Grantees and subrecipients interested in attending the Clinic are encouraged to coordinate to remain under the attendee limit.

Training Point of Contact

CDBG-DR Clinic Registrar | trainings@hudexchange.info

For additional CDBG-DR resources and information visit the CDBG-DR page on the HUD Exchange. To learn more about the CDBG-MIT program, read HUD’s press release.

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