Region I Housing
The Housing Rehabilitation Program was developed to extend the useful life of homes in rural North Dakota. The program accomplishes this by rehabilitating existing homes for low-income individuals/families. The process addresses health and safety items in need of repair.
CAP has been designated as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). Housing needs are identified and funds appropriated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The funds are targeted to low-income housing projects such as the development of low-income rental units, rehabilitation of existing rental units or development of single family housing.
Existing projects include:
- North View-Williston is a 4-plex which was opened for occupancy in September 2011. Qualified individuals must meet HOME income guidelines. Tenant rents are based on yearly HOME rent limits. All units have 3 bedrooms, attached two car garages and utility rooms with washer/dryer hook-ups.
- Missouri View Heights (8 1-bedroom apartments for individuals with a chronic mental illness who need supportive services)
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