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Technical or Policy Questions
Technical or policy questions related to any of the following HUD Community Planning and Development programs and systems may be submitted to OneCPD Ask A Question:
- BRAC: Base Realignment and Closure
- CDBG: Community Development Block Grant
- CoC: Continuum of Care Program
- ESG: Emergency Solutions Grants
- HOPWA: Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
- HUD-VASH: HUD-VA Supportive Housing
- Legacy Homeless Programs (S+C, SHP, SRO)
- NSP: Neighborhood Stabilization Program
- Title V
- VHPD: Veterans Homelessness Prevention Demonstration Project
- DRGR: Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System
- eCon Planning Suite
- HDX: Homelessness Data Exchange
- HMIS: Homeless Management Information Systems
- IDIS: Integrated Disbursement and Information System
Cross Cutting Topics
Please submit any policy questions on the Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program and the HOME Program to your local HUD Field Office.
If you are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or know someone who is homeless, click here for Continuum of Care (CoC) contact information. To speak with someone who can find assistance in your local area, call Community Connection at 1-800-998-9999.
- Housing: For information about housing, you can start by contacting a homeless assistance or a housing counseling agency in your area. If you are currently in foreclosure or at risk of losing your home, visit HUD's Avoiding Foreclosure site. If you are a homeless veteran, visit HUDVet, HUDHRE, the Veterans Administration page for homeless veterans, and National Coalition for Homeless Veterans to find out more about benefits and help that might be specifically available to you.
- Food: If you are looking for information on where you can receive assistance with food, you can learn more about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and look at HUD's food bank locator.
- Health Care: Several organizations and agencies provide information on health care, substance abuse, and mental health programs for homeless individuals and families. For more information regarding health care assistance, see:
- Disaster Assistance: If you are looking for information on disaster assistance, go to DisasterAssistance.gov, which provides access to disaster help and resources. HUD does not provide CDBG disaster recovery assistance directly to citizens or organizations. If your local or state government officials cannot answer your questions, or if you are a local official, please contact the HUD field office that serves your area.