The Town of Plymouth used CDBG Public Facilities funds to construct a new homeless shelter on the site of the Whole Village Family Resource Center that more than doubled the living space for homeless individuals and families. The increased the number of beds from 16 to 20.
City of Berlin rehabilitated twelve housing units on Glen Avenue for low and moderate income residents. The homes were in a derelict condition before improvements, but now help to beautifully showcase the area as the primary approach to downtown.
Created in 1983, the Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) supports affordable housing and economic development activities that benefit low and moderate income citizens in New Hampshire.
CDFA administers nearly $25 million in funding resources, which includes a combination of state tax credits and federal Community Development Block Grant, and Energy Reduction Funds. We support the development of vibrant and resilient communities by providing financial resources to nonprofits, community development organizations, counties, municipalities, and for-profit businesses. These organizations, in partnership with CDFA, create affordable housing, support the formation of new jobs and help retain existing employment for low and moderate income New Hampshire residents.
New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority
14 Dixon Ave, Suite 102
Concord, NH 03301