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Resources for DCTA Grantees and Smaller Distressed Communities

If you work for a local government (tribe, city, town, village, county, etc.) that serves a small community, keep reading!

The Distressed Cities Technical Assistance (DCTA) program supports small units of general local government (UGLGs) that are distressed and have recently been impacted by a natural disaster. Specifically, the DCTA program is designed to improve the fiscal health and administrative capacity of small UGLGs.

HUD has developed a library of resources relevant to DCTA grantees and smaller distressed communities impacted by a natural disaster. Explore this collection of resources which features COVID-19 pandemic response resources as well as general resources. Check back regularly for new resources and information!

DCTA program resources are organized by the following types:

  • Resources and Guidance
  • Webinars and Events
  • Studies, Reports, and Tools
  • Funding Opportunities
Explore the DCTA Resources

Visit the DCTA program page on the HUD Exchange to learn more about this program including eligibility criteria, instructions for requesting assistance, and FAQs.

Visit the HUD Exchange at https://www.hudexchange.info
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