May 6, 2021

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Wisconsin communities get $90 million for design, renter assisance, homlessness systems

Environmentally friendly BAY – Efforts to deal with homelessness and create very affordable housing in Wisconsin...

Environmentally friendly BAY – Efforts to deal with homelessness and create very affordable housing in Wisconsin are finding a almost $90 million raise from the American Rescue Strategy.

Wisconsin towns, counties and regional consortiums acquired a complete of $89.9 million of grants from the U.S. Section of Housing and Urban Growth to build affordable housing and offer products and services for folks who are homeless or at risk of staying homeless. 

The American Rescue Approach, enacted in March, gave HUD $5 billion in supplemental funding for communities and regions that take part in the agency’s HOME Expense Partnerships Software. A overall of 651 metropolitan areas, states and locations acquired grants nationwide. 

Wisconsin received $41.8 million to use in communities that did not especially receive grant money. Towns, counties and areas that been given grants are: