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Technical Support & Training for Tribes/TDHE’s for Challenging the Indian Housing Block Grant

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March 30th, 2014 is the deadline for Tribes/TDHE’s to submit challenges to the Federal Census numbers used for allocating funds for the Indian Housing Block Grant as well as other programs including the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, The Child Care and Development Fund, Social Services Block Grant, Administration on Aging, Special Programs for the Aging, Title III, Part C, Nutrition, Maternal and Child Health Block Grant, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant, Community Services Block Grant, funding for local schools, road construction and repair. No entity has more experience conducing IHBG challenges than Village Earth. We can assist you to collect the data population and needs that meets HUD’s guidelines for Census challenges. Plus, using the latest digital data collection technology, we can help you keep costs low while ensuring high-quality data. Call today for a free consultation and estimate 970-237-3002 Ext. 504. or email David Bartecchi at [email protected].

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