They plan to close 16 of their 80 field offices, which will affect around 120 employees.
HUD says that the funding will allow the local grantees to retain or hire 98 service coordinators to work directly with HUD-assisted families.
The Lubbock Field Office covers a 17-county area of West Texas, far West Texas, the South Plains, and Panhandle areas of the state.
The U.S. Housing and Urban Development announced today over $4 million will be allotted to 13 public agencies in Texas to provide housing and case management for nearly 700 homeless veterans, with several local towns benefiting.
“The city may request technical assistance to resolve any challenges preventing it from meeting expenditure requirements," according to the letter.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Friday that Texas will be awarded more than $72,552,000 to make large-scale improvements to public housing units.
The new program can assist homeowners who have experienced a reduction in income and are at risk of foreclosure due to involuntary unemployment or underemployment due to economic conditions or a medical condition.
HUD will send almost $300 million in funds to the Lone Star State for various uses. Keep reading to find out more about which programs will benefit from the funds.
Lubbock's Salvation Army has received federal funds for their Transitional Living Program. Keep reading to see how the Salvation Army plans to help eradicate cyclical homelessness.