Funding Agency

HUD - Neighborhood Networks (Public and Indian Housing)


Funding Agency

Department of Housing & Urban Development


Federal Agency

Office of Public and Indian Housing

Agency Overview

HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing provides funding and program direction for public housing and housing voucher programs.

Program Name

HUD - Neighborhood Networks (Public and Indian Housing)


Program Overview

Neighborhood Networks (Public and Indian Housing) allows Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) to use Public Housing Capital and Operating funds to establish and operate Neighborhood Networks centers. Neighborhood Networks centers provide access to computers, computer training and the Internet. Neighborhood Networks centers can also provide a wide range of services to help residents achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency.

Agency Contact

Dina Lehman-Kim, (202) 402-2430, Dina.Lehmann-Kim@hud.gov

Program Purpose
  • Broadband Adoption
  • Digital Skills Training
  • Public Computer Access
Eligible Recipients
  • Other

Agency Contact

Dina Lehman-Kim, (202) 402-2430, Dina.Lehmann-Kim@hud.gov

FY2019 Funding Amount

Capital Fund: $2.7 billion, Operating Fund: $4.6 billion

FY2020 Funding Amount

Capital Fund: $2.8 billion, Operating Fund: $4.5 billion

Brief Program Description

Neighborhood Networks (Public and Indian Housing) allows Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) to use Public Housing Capital and Operating funds to establish and operate Neighborhood Networks centers. Neighborhood Networks centers provide access to computers, computer training and the Internet. Neighborhood Networks centers can also provide a wide range of services to help residents achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency.

Agency
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development

Funding Name HUD - Neighborhood Networks (Public and Indian Housing)

Funding Image

HUD