Government grants for relocation provide different types of assistance, the types of which often depend on the nature of the project. For instance, there are government grants specifically intended to assist in relocation procedures for rail line improvement and development. Others are for bridge development and similar construction projects. Eligibility for such grants depends on the nature of the program. Some grants require submission of different documents and proof of evidence.
Rail Line Relocation and Improvement
The Rail Line Relocation and Improvement grant is a program under the Department of Transportation and the office of Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). The main objective of the program is to offer monetary support to projects involved in rail line improvement and relocation.
This type of program is a project grant and is particularly concerned, but not limited to, the construction, development, restoration and relocation of railroads.
Projects may have to submit documentation and proof of certification, such as forms from the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Railroad Administration Assurances and Certification and Application for Federal Assistance. A detailed report or description of the project is also required.
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Demolition and Revitalization of Severely Distressed Public Housing
The Demolition and Revitalization of Severely Distressed Public Housing program is under the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the office of Public and Indian Housing. The main objective of this program is to aid Public Housing Assessments with improving the living condition and environment of citizens who were severely affected in different public housing projects and from external factors.
If the person's living condition was affected because of demolition projects, then he may also be eligible for the grant.
The grant provides relocation and revitalization assistance to qualified individuals. The program also supports community supportive services.
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Transitional Housing Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence, Stalking or Sexual Assault
Transitional Housing Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence, Stalking or Sexual Assault is a program under the Department of Justice and the office of Violence Against Women. The main objective of the program is to provide housing assistance and similar service to victims of domestic violence and other sexual offenses.
The grant provides alternative or emergency shelter and relocation assistance if the victim requires immediate transfer.
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