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Healthy Homes Technical Studies Program

Post Date

January 15th 2013

Application Due Date

March 19th 2013

HUD will issue a technical correction to this NOFA if appropriations are enacted that require HUD to modify the funding criteria or application requirements, or if HUD determines that adjustments to estimated award amounts or timelines are necessary.

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Eligibility Categories


Academic and non-profit institutions located in the United States, state and units of local government and federally recognized Native American tribes are eligible under all existing authorizations. For-profit firms also are eligible; however, they are not allowed to earn a profit from the grant. Applications to supplement existing projects are eligible to compete with applications for new awards. Neither Federal agencies nor individuals are eligible to submit applications. The 2013 General Section identifies threshold requirements that must be met for an organization to receive an award. If your organization received an award under the FY2012 Healthy Homes Technical Studies Grant Program cycle, you are not eligible to apply, unless you apply with a different Principal Investigator.


  • Award Range:

    $300000 - $750000

Grant Description

Purpose: To fund technical studies to improve existing methods for detecting and controlling key housing-related health and safety hazards; to develop new methods to detect and control these hazards; and to improve our knowledge of key housing-related health and safety hazards. The overall goal of the Healthy Homes Technical Studies program is to gain knowledge to improve the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of methods for evaluation and control of housing-related health and safety hazards. This also supports HUDуs Strategic Goal to utilize housing as a platform for improving the quality of life and health outcomes for those living in HUD-assisted and HUD-regulated housing, and the associated policy priority to build inclusive and sustainable communities by improving the health of community residents while reducing the impact of communities on the environment.

Contact Information

  • Agency

    Department of Housing and Urban Development

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  • Agency Contact:

    For programmatic questions on the Healthy Homes Technical Studies program, you may contact Dr. Peter Ashley at 202-402-7595. For grants administrative questions, you may contact Ms. Nadine Heath, at 202- 402-7680.

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  • More Information:

    Download Application Package using CFDA ONLY.

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