Information about Community Development Block Grants for non-entitlement communities and other funding as well as Weatherization Assistance Program.
It is a specially formed non-profit corporation established pursuant to federal regulations for purposes of accessing CHDO set-aside funds for the development of affordable housing made available through the federal HOME Investment Partnership Program.
Federal law and the regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) require the state of Arizona (ADOH) to prepare a Consolidated Plan (Plan) in order to receive federal funding for certain affordable housing and community development activities.
The Department provides a variety of funding sources to eligible non-profit and for-profit housing developers to assist with the development of affordable rental properties.
Compliance is the division responsible for monitoring the long-term compliance of ADOH funded rental properties assisted with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and/or State Housing Funds (HOME program or Housing Trust Funds).
This Division works with property owners to review loan deferral requests, process ownership changes, process qualified contract requests, coordinate work-outs and identify methods to minimize the emergence of troubled properties.
The Special Needs division was developed to enable the agency to address the housing needs of populations that require a more comprehensive approach to housing stability beyond basic affordable housing opportunities.
ADOH is committed to providing current and potential partners with the technical assistance necessary to access our financial resources and develop programs or projects that meet critical community development and housing needs.