Hurricane Housing Recovery Program (HHRP)

ARPC staff has been working diligently to provide housing recovery assistance to Calhoun County residents impacted by Hurricane Michael through the Hurricane Housing Recovery Program (HHRP). Residents will be assisted through the following strategies identified by the Calhoun Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) in the Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP):

  • purchase assistance

  • owner occupied housing rehabilitation/repairs

  • demolition/reconstruction

  • foreclosure prevention/mortgage assistance

  • land acquisition and construction

 

HHRP is a program by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation for SHIP-eligible local government effected by Hurricane Michael. For more information on other FHFC Disaster Relief Resources please visit https://www.floridahousing.org/programs/special-programs/ship---state-housing-initiatives-partnership-program/disaster-relief 

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Rebuild and Restore

Rebuild and Restore is a housing assistance program from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta and Neighborhood Lending Partners of Florida that specializes in funding for disaster home repair and awards up to $10,000 in assistance to eligible applicants. Rebuild and Restore is beneficial to be used counterpart HHRP because it is has similar basics of eligibility for residents, can assist both owner-occupied units and Manufactured Housing (titled as real property), and applied funds to a wide range of home rehabilitation activities. This program is currently being utilized in Calhoun County by ARPC Staff. For additional information please visit https://corp.fhlbatl.com/services/affordable-housing-programs/ 

DISASTER RECOVERY

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