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CDBG-CV Co-Managing Disaster Recovery and CARES Act Programs Quick Guide Now Available

The CDBG-CV Co-Managing Disaster Recovery and CARES Act Programs Quick Guide summarizes the key similarities and differences between the Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) and the CDBG-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) programs and how their allocations can be used together.

HUD provides these flexible grants to help cities, counties, and states recover from Presidentially declared disasters. The CDBG-CV and CDBG-DR programs are designed to primarily assist low-income households and areas.

The Guide also covers:

  • Typical activities
  • Economic development opportunities
  • Opportunities to address homelessness
  • Opportunities to fund public facilities
View the CDBG-CV Co-Managing Disaster Recovery and CARES Act Programs Quick Guide

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