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Recovery Housing Program Website and Program Support Now Available

HUD is pleased to announce the launch of the new Recovery Housing Program (RHP) website on the HUD Exchange. The Pilot Program to Help Individuals in Recovery from a Substance Use Disorder Become Stably Housed (Recovery Housing Program, or RHP) was authorized under Section 8071 of the Support for Patients and Communities (SUPPORT) Act. HUD published its formula in the Federal Register on April 17, 2019 (84 FR 16027), identifying the 25 grantees and allocation percentages. Visit this new website to access key information regarding RHP.

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View Resources and Training

Find all RHP resources and training in one place.


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Request On-Call TA for Complex Questions

Request on-call technical assistance (TA) if you need more guidance or a helping hand with your RHP question. On-call TA is a chance to talk through your more complex questions with a skilled TA provider. This is not in-depth, hands-on TA, but if you need more one-on-one help than just submitting a simple question, on-call TA may be right for you.


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RHP Email Updates

You are receiving this email because you are an RHP grantee or partner or have attended a session of the RHP Webinar Series. You are subscribed to the HUD Exchange RHP mailing list which provides important updates to grantees and partner agencies regarding RHP. Encourage your colleagues to join the mailing list.

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