HOME-ARP

Program Description

The purpose of the HOME-ARP Program is to provide homeless and near-homeless assistance and supportive services through specific eligible activities to “Qualifying Populations” (QP).  

The HOME-ARP Program is funded through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  HUD CPD Notice 21-10, titled: Requirements for the Use of Funds in the HOME-American Rescue Plan Program (CPD Notice) describes the program.

HUD allocated $3,070,455.00 to the County of York for use from April 29, 2023, to September 30, 2030. The County Commissioners designated York County Planning Commission (YCPC) as the administering agency for the County HOME-ARP program.  The YCPC’s first responsibility was to undertake a plan for the use of the funds beginning with a description of the needs of the homeless and near homeless populations in the County as well as the gaps in services to address these needs. The YCPC completed the plan on January 5, 2023, and on April 29, 2023, HUD approved the plan and authorized the County to proceed.  Click here to view the approved plan.

The following is the “Planned Use of York County HOME-ARP Funds” in the plan:

Supportive Services$2,302,841.25
Non-profit Organization Operating$   153,522.75
Non-profit Organization Capacity Building$   153,522.75
Grant Administration and Planning$   460,568.25
Total$3,070,455.00

Application Availability and Submission

The plan describes the competitive application process that the County intended to use for the distribution of the County HOME-ARP funds to non-profit organizations interested in providing eligible supportive services to qualified populations.

 At this time, applications for York County HOME-ARP funding are available. Links to the forms, guides, and attachments are listed below. 

Completed applications are due to jgaliano@ycpc.org no later than March 13, 2024.