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August 2016 Flood Programs

The Louisiana Housing Corporation administers federally-funded programs that assist residents and developers impacted by the August 2016 Flood.

LHC’S COMMITMENT

In keeping with its mission to ensure that every Louisiana resident is granted an opportunity to obtain safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing, the LHC assists residents and developers impacted by the August 2016 Flood by administering funds from federal programs.

Read on to find out more about these programs.

NEIGHBORHOOD LANDLORD RENTAL PROGRAM

The Louisiana Neighborhood Landlord Rental Program (“LNLRP Initiative”) provides assistance to landlord applicants experienced in renting residential properties to tenants or developing residential rental housing to be located in areas adversely affected by the 2016 severe storms and flooding events.

Learn more about the Neighborhood Landlord Rental Program

MULTI-FAMILY RESTORATION LOAN FUND

The Louisiana Housing Corporation has issued application guidelines and opened the application period for loans and grants for developers with multifamily structures of 20 or more units under the Multifamily Restoration Loan Fund (MRLF).


Learn more about the Multifamily Restoration Loan Fund

 

PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

The Permanent Supportive Housing Program provides decent, safe, affordable, community-based housing that grants tenants the rights of tenancy and links to voluntary and flexible supports and services for people with very low incomes and chronic, disabling health conditions.

Learn more about Permanent Supportive Housing

 

RAPID REHOUSING

The Rapid Rehousing Program provides assistance to households affected by the March and August 2016 floods to obtain housing quickly.

Learn more about Rapid Rehousing

 

PIGGYBACK PROGRAM

The Piggyback Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) was designed to provide funding for the new construction development or acquisition/rehabilitation of multifamily affordable housing developments that provide affordable housing as stipulated herein.

Learn more about the Piggyback Program

 

Baton Rouge Rebuilds

The Baton Rouge Rebuilds Program’s purpose is to eliminate blight and stabilize neighborhoods impacted by the Great Floods of 2016, repair damaged rental housing stock that will be made available at affordable rental rates for low-income households, and increase the available rental stock in flood-damaged East Baton Rouge.

Learn more about the Baton Rouge Rebuilds Program

 

BATON ROUGE REBUILDS DEVELOPER PROGRAM

The Baton Rouge Rebuilds Developer Rental Program’s purpose is to eliminate blight and stabilize neighborhoods impacted by the Great Floods of 2016, repair damaged rental housing stock that will be made available at affordable rental rates for low-income households, and increase the available rental stock in flood-damaged East Baton Rouge.

Learn more about the Baton Rouge Rebuilds Developer Program

 

 

 

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WANT TO HELP?

Following a natural disaster, partners of the Louisiana Housing Corporation may choose to offer assistance in recovering from the devastating effects. We are currently creating a database of offers for help and invite you to complete our online form.

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