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Healthy Homes Production Grant Program for Tribal Housing

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

Grant allows tribes to conduct healthy homes retrofits on existing homes.

About the Award:

This grant allows tribes to conduct retrofits on their existing housing stock to improve environmental health conditions within the home. It is unclear whether or not this grant opportunity will be renewed in subsequent years.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Asthma Remediation, Education/Outreach, Weatherization, Heat Source Replacement, Woodstove Replacement, Lead Remediation

Funding Details:

  • Total FY 2019 Funding: $12,000,000
  • Expected Number of Awards: 12
  • Minimum Grant: $500,000
  • Maximum Grant: $1,000,000
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Typical Application Period: June - August

Contact:

Michelle.M.Miller@hud.gov

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​Tribal Set-Aside for Low-Income Weatherization

Bonneville Power Administration

Grants for tribes in Bonneville Power Administration's service area to conduct weatherization and healthy homes outreach and coordination.

About the Award:

BPA provides direct funding to tribal governments to implement outreach and coordination with tribal members. Additional funding is provided to qualified tribal programs for implementing auditing, installation, and monitoring services. Up to 30% of the grants can be used for health and safety (air quality, mold mitigation, ventilation, radon testing and mitigation, etc). Tribes that use these funds for weatherization programs must follow the air quality guidelines of the DOE program and ASHRAE standards.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Weatherization, Energy Efficiency, Heat Source Replacement, Insulation, HVAC upgrades.

Funding Details:

  • Average Annual Amount Available: $550,000
  • 2018-2019 Tribes Using funds for Weatherization: 5
  • Expected Award Range: $15,000 to $100,000 per year
  • There is no minimum funding award.

Program Highlights:

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe has nearly 30 percent of the tribe now heating and cooling their homes with ductless heat pumps. In partnership with a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy and funding from Clallam County Public Utility District, the tribe recently installed 57 ductless heat pumps in tribal members' homes. [source]

Typical Application Period: Rolling

Contact:

caikakoula@bpa.gov

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533 Housing Preservation Grant

US Department Of Agriculture (USDA)

Grant intended to make repairs to homes of low-income residents in rural areas.

About the Award:

Grant intended to make repairs to homes of low-income residents in rural areas.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Heat Source Replacement, Insulation, Water Disposal Systems, HVAC Upgrades

Funding Details:

  • For FY 2019, total funding was $15,888,420
  • Average grant of $25,000 to $50,000
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Typical Application Period: Application dates announced upon release of NOSA via Federal Register. For 2019, May to July.

Contact:

Dependent on Region - Contact your local Rural Development Office

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Section 502 Direct Loan Program

US Department Of Agriculture (USDA)

Loans for low-income residents to fund housing repair and purchasing a new home.

Eligible Applicants: Individual Renter or Homeowner

About the Award:

This program assists low- and very-low-income applicants obtain decent, safe and sanitary housing in eligible rural areas by providing payment assistance to increase an applicant’s repayment ability.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Healthy Homes Construction, Weatherization, Insulation, Heat Source Replacement, Ventilation, HVAC Upgrade

Funding Details:

Amount of assistance allowed is dependent on adjusted family income up to 33 year payback period (38 years for very low income).

Award Type:
Loan
Regions:
National

Typical Application Period: Rolling

Notes:

Recipients of program loans hoping to fund a project on tribal trust land are required to provide a deed of trust as a form of security for the loan. As this part of the application process can be difficult to navigate, close collaboration between loan recipients, USDA, BIA, and other involved parties is recommended.

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Housing Improvement Program

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Grant for low-income tribal residents to repair, renovate, and replace their housing.

Eligible Applicants: Individual Renter or Homeowner

About the Award:

This grant is available for low-income members of tribes with no immediate source of housing assistance. These grants can be used by homeowners for interim improvements, repairs & renovations, replacement housing, and new housing projects.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Ventilation, Heat Source Replacement, Energy Efficiency, Structural Improvements

Funding Details:

  • Approximately an average of $8 million available nationally. 
  • Up to $7,500 awarded for interim improvements for conditions that threaten the health of the resident.
  • Up to $60,000 awarded for repairs and replacements that bring the dwelling up to code.
  • Grant provides a modest replacement home if a building cannot be brought up to standards.
  • Provides a modest new home to landowners who have yet to develop their piece of land.
Award Type:
Grant Home Repairs
Regions:
National

Typical Application Period: Rolling

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Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG)

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

Non-competitive grants used to fund a range of tribal affordable housing activities.

About the Award:

The Indian Housing Block Grant Program (IHBG) is a non-competitive, formula grant that provides a range of affordable housing activities on Indian reservations and Indian areas. Eligible IHBG recipients are Federally-recognized Indian tribes or their tribally designated housing entity (TDHE), and a limited number of state-recognized tribes who were funded under the Indian Housing Program authorized by the United States Housing Act of 1937 (USHA). These funds are managed either by the tribal housing departments or the TDHE.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Development, Ventilation, Weatherization, Heat Source Replacement, Rehabilitation

Funding Details:

  • Funds are made available to eligible grant recipients through a formula with four basic components:
    • Need
    • Formula Current Assisted Stock
    • 1996 Minimum
    • Undisbursed IHBG funds factor
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

In 2017, the Salish and Kooteai Tribes used IHBG funds to complete 20 heating and ventilation upgrades and 25 units remediated for methamphetamine contamination. [source]

Typical Application Period: Tribes and TDHES receive funding by submitting an annual Indian Housing Plan to ONAP. Due dates depend on program year.

Contact:

Contact your Area ONAP office.

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Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Competitive Program

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

HUD offers competitive awards to tribes and TDHEs for housing construction and rehabilitation projects. 

About the Award:

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development offers competitive IHBG grants in addition to the non-competitive formula grants administered through the IHBG program. Grant funds may be used to develop, maintain, and operate affordable housing in safe and healthy environments on Indian reservations and in other Indian areas, and carry out other affordable housing activities. Grant funds must be used to primarily benefit low-income Indian families. HUD strongly encourages new affordable housing construction projects that will increase the number of housing units available for low-income Indian families and help address the housing shortage in Indian Country. Additionally, HUD encourages housing rehabilitation projects that will increase the useful life of existing affordable housing units and alleviate substandard housing conditions. It is unclear whether or not this funding source will be available in subsequent years.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Construction, Ventilation, Weatherization, Heat Source Replacement, Overcrowding Remediation, Rehabilitation

Funding Details:

  • Total FY 2019 Funding: $198,000,000
  • Expected Number of Awards: 80
  • Minimum Grant: $100,000
  • Maximum Grant: $5,000,000
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Typical Application Period: Varies year to year. 2019 Period: 05/07/19-08/08/2019

Notes:

This Program does not require cost sharing, matching or leveraging. Grantees must comply with the requirements of NAHASDA.

Contact:

IHBGCompetitiveProgram@hud.gov

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Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG)

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

Grant for housing remediation and economic development in native communities. 

About the Award:

The ICDBG Program provides eligible grantees with direct grants for use in developing viable Indian and Alaska Native Communities, including decent housing, a suitable living environment, and economic opportunities, primarily for low- and moderate-income persons. This funding can be used for housing rehabilitation, land acquisition, and housing construction.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Weatherization, Replacing Heat Source, Ventilation, Energy Efficiency, Infrastructure Repairs, Housing Development, Rehabilitation

Funding Details:

  • Grant awards vary by ONAP region
  • Total FY 2019 Funding: $65,000,000
  • Expected Number of Awards: 75
  • Minimum Grant: $500,000 per project period
  • Maximum Grant: $4,000,000 per project period
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

In 2017, the Wrangell Cooperative Association and Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority collaborated to improve energy efficiency and indoor air quality in 20 homes and reduce energy costs for residents. [source]

Typical Application Period: Typically February to March

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Title VI Loan Guarantee Program

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

Loans for IHBG borrowers to fund additional construction or repair efforts.

About the Award:

The purpose of the Title VI loan guarantee is to assist IHBG recipients (borrowers) who want to finance additional grant-eligible construction or development at today’s costs. This can be used to create new housing, rehabilitate housing, build infrastructure, construct community facilities, and acquire community land for housing, among other activities.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Development, Rehabilitation, Energy Efficiency, Weatherization, Ventilation

Funding Details:

  • Tribes use IHBG funds to leverage additional funds for larger projects
  • The maximum guarantee amount that a tribe/TDHE can borrow is approximately five times the need portion.
  • Tribes can stretch loan payments to up to 20 years.
Award Type:
Loan
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority (TNHA) used a loan for $6,672,170 to develop 24 affordable houses designed to maximize energy efficiency in this permanently cold climate. [source]

Typical Application Period: Rolling

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Clean Air Act 103 Grants

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Grants offered to tribes through the Clean Air Act for the control and prevention of air pollution, both ambient and indoor.

About the Award:

This section of the Clean Air Act requires that funding be distributed to groups aiming to study or investigate the causes and prevention of air pollution. Funding has been used for community education and outreach, monitoring studies, training, home assessments and research on health impacts of air quality issues.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Community Outreach and Education, Training, Asthma Home Visits, Energy Audits, Partnership Building, and Pilots Projects

Funding Details:

  • Funding Details dependent on Region.
  • For Region 10:
    • Total FY 2019 Tribal CAA Funding: ~$2,400,000
    • Minimum Grant: ~$25,000
    • Maximum Grant: ~$250,000
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) uses funds from CAA 103 to support its annual Air Quality subaward program. In 2018, the Native Village of Nuiqsut used ANTHC's subaward funds to place CO detectors in community households and collect data on peak exposure levels. [source]

Typical Application Period: Dependent on Region

Contact:

Dependent on Region - Check with local contact

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Clean Air Act 105 Grants

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Grants offered to tribes through the Clean Air Act for the implementation of programs meant to control air pollution, both ambient and indoor.

Eligible Applicants: Federally-Recognized Indian Tribe

About the Award:

Implementation of programs meant to control and prevent air pollution (ambient and indoor) or programs that implement the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards described by the CAA.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

wood heating education, home assessments, community education and outreach, monitoring, training

Funding Details:

  • Funding Details dependent on Region.
  • Tribes required to match up to 40% of the grant, unless they have been approved with Treatment as a State for the Clean Air Act.
    • If the tribe has Treatment as a State for CAA, the required match can be reduced to 5%.
    • In-kind resources can be used to match.
    • The match can be waived if the tribe can show that fulfilling the match would impose undue hardship.
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

The Tulalip Tribes, in Washington State, utilize a CAA 105 grant to help fund their Tulalip Air & Indoor Environments program. Indoor air activities that they conduct under 105 include conducting Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessments in tribal homes, schools and office buildings, conducting IAQ outreach and education at health fairs and tribal community events, monitoring the indoor environment using low-cost sensor technology, and collaborating with Tulalip Housing to find and leverage outside funding for mitigation of IAQ hazards in tribal homes.

Typical Application Period: Dependent on Region

Contact:

Dependent on Region - Check local contact

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Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (IGAP)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Grants meant to assist tribes in implementing their own environmental protection agencies.

About the Award:

The goal of GAP is to assist tribes and intertribal consortia in developing the capacity to manage their own environmental protection programs and to develop and implement solid and hazardous waste programs in accordance with individual tribal needs and applicable federal laws and regulations.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Healthy Homes Training, Monitoring, Education/Outreach, Partnership Building, Home assessments

Funding Details:

  • Total FY 2019 Funding: Regionally Dependent
  • Expected Number of Awards: Dependent on Region
  • Minimum Grant: $75,000
  • Maximum Grant: ~$128,000
    • Requests for more than $128,000 will be considered if
      needs are sufficiently justified and funding is available.
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

In 2017, the Hoonah Indian Association funded an indoor air quality assessment project through IGAP. They measured PM2.5 and CO levels in 65 homes. Through this study, they found that homes with wood stoves older than 20 years had higher PM2.5 levels than homes with younger wood stoves. They also identified a need for ventilation and weatherization improvements. [source]

Typical Application Period: Dependent on Region

Notes:

Work plan templates available for Air Quality-Related GAP work and Climate Change GAP work.

Contact:

Dependent on Region - Check local contact

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Social and Economic Development Strategies

US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Native Americans

Grants for tribes and tribal organizations funding community-focused environmental health projects.

About the Award:

The SEDS program is designed to support community-based projects that increase the ability for Native Americans to define and achieve their own economic and social goals and/or the capacity to exercise local control and decision-making to promote the interests of community members. Projects that promote improved access to care through coordinated local and regional approaches and through supporting environmental health are eligible for this grant funding. Applicants can propose projects on 12, 24 and 36-month scales.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Community Outreach, minor renovations, HEPA filters

Funding Details:

  • Total FY 2019 Funding: $8,400,907
  • 2019 Number of Awards: 25
  • 2019 Minimum Grant: $100,000 Per Budget Period
  • 2019 Maximum Grant: $400,000 Per Budget Period
  • 2019 Average Grant: $280,000 Per Budget Period
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

From 2009-2012, the Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians used $340,069 in grant funding to establish the Siletz Tribal Energy Program (STEP). This program was developed with the mission of addressing tribal energy-related challenges and coordinating energy efficiency work across Tribal agencies. Using grant funding, STEP established new building codes, organized Healthy Homes trainings for staff, and conducted outreach and energy audits in a number of households. [Source]

Typical Application Period: Typically January to April. Application periods may vary in future years.

Notes:

Alaska Native Villages have a separate application portal. Those interested in applying for this program should first check out ANA's Applicant Training & Technical Assistance portal.

Contact:

anacomments@acf.hhs.gov

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AmeriCorps Indian Tribes Grants (CFDA No. 94.006)

Corporation for National and Community Service

Grants and AmeriCorps service members offered to tribes and tribal organizations to support community-focused housing and health projects.

About the Award:

This grant offers an AmeriCorps member and operating funds for projects focused on one of these priority areas: Disaster Services, Economic Opportunity, Education, Healthy Futures, Veterans and Military Families. Applicants interested in using this grant to support indoor air work must demonstrate the project's applicability to the Healthy Futures and Economic Opportunities priority areas.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Ventilation, Energy Efficiency, Weatherization, Community Outreach, Training

Funding Details:

Grants can take the form of a cost-reimbursement or a Fixed Amount, but the availability of a Full-Time Fixed Amount grant is limited. Maximum funding for FY 2019 was $15,192, for both reimbursement and fixed amount grants.

Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

Chinle Chapter Government in 2017 used this grant to provide minor home improvements, weatherization, and construction.
[source]

Typical Application Period: For 2019, February - May

Contact:

americorpsgrants@cns.gov

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Community Air Grant

California Air Resources Board

Grants for California tribes to improve capacity to reduce air pollution and exposure to harmful emissions.

About the Award:

The Air Grants Program aim is to provide support for community-based organizations to participate in the AB 617 process and to build capacity to become active partners with government to identify, evaluate, and ultimately reduce air pollution and exposure to harmful emissions in their communities.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Community engagement/outreach, hiring technical experts & consultants, monitoring, data analysis

Funding Details:

  • Total FY 2019 Funding: $5,000,000
  • 2019 Maximum Grant: $100,000 for Education Projects, $300,000 for Technical Project
Award Type:
Grant
Regions:
California

Program Highlights:

Starting in 2018, the Southern California Tribal Community Air Monitoring Project, run through the Pala Band of Mission Indians, is using this funding source to deploy six low-cost air quality sensors to monitor conditions at the reservation. Data will be transmitted through a cellular network and displayed on a website accessible to tribal community members. [source]

Typical Application Period: Typically due in the Summer; 2019 Application due: 9/30/19

Contact:

AirGrants@arb.ca.gov

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Tribal Colleges Research Grants Program

US Department Of Agriculture (USDA)

Collaborative grants for tribal colleges and universities to research environmental challenges impacting agricultural communities. 

Eligible Applicants: Tribal College or University

About the Award:

This grant is available to 1994 Tribal Colleges (designated by 2018 farm bill) that are looking to build institutional research capacity through applied projects that address student educational needs and meet community, reservation or regional challenges. Eligible institutions may propose projects in any discipline of the food, agricultural or natural resource sciences. Grants are collaborative, meaning projects must involve at least one additional partner. Projects focused on indoor air quality must demonstrate that indoor air quality affects farmers and ranchers within their community.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Improving indoor air quality for tribal farmers and ranchers, ventilation, Chemical Changeout

Funding Details:

  • For FY 2019, $3.7 million will be awarded. 
  • 80% of applications are funded. 
  • Minimum 2019 Grant: $60,000 
  • Maximum 2019 Grant: $500,000.
Regions:
National

Program Highlights:

There has yet to be a project completed with a focus on indoor air.

Typical Application Period: For 2019: June through early November; For 2018: March through April

Contact:

erin.riley@usda.gov

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