HUD Community Development Block Grant Program – CDBG

HUD

Helping local governments tackle serious challenges facing their communities

Grant Website and Guidelines

Grant Deadline: This program accepts applications on an ongoing basis.

Support public safety community development

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is a flexible program that provides communities with resources to address a wide range of unique community development needs. Beginning in 1974, the CDBG program is one of the longest continuously run programs at HUD. The CDBG program provides annual grants on a formula basis to 1209 general units of local government and States.

Over a 1, 2, or 3-year period, as selected by the grantee, not less than 70 percent of CDBG funds must be used for activities that benefit low- and moderate-income persons. In addition, each activity must meet one of the following national objectives for the program: benefit low- and moderate-income persons, prevention or elimination of slums or blight, or address community development needs having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community for which other funding is not available.

Various programs aid different states, localities, or rural areas.

What this grant does for your agency

The CDBG program works to ensure decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses. CDBG is an important tool for helping local governments tackle serious challenges facing their communities. The CDBG program has made a difference in the lives of millions of people and their communities across the Nation.

The annual CDBG appropriation is allocated between States and local jurisdictions called “non-entitlement” and “entitlement” communities respectively. Entitlement communities are comprised of central cities of Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs); metropolitan cities with populations of at least 50,000; and qualified urban counties with a population of 200,000 or more (excluding the populations of entitlement cities). States distribute CDBG funds to non-entitlement localities not qualified as entitlement communities.

HUD determines the amount of each grant by using a formula comprised of several measures of community need, including the extent of poverty, population, housing overcrowding, age of housing, and population growth lag in relationship to other metropolitan areas.

About the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination, and transform the way HUD does business.

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Ben Roethlisberger Foundation (BRF) 2019 K9 Grant

Dogs, dog safety vests, and other K-9 needs for US police and fire K-9 units

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines and Application

Grant Deadline: Thurs., Aug. 15, 2019

K-9 units of police and fire departments in Pittsburgh, PA and in the city/surrounding area of each regular season 2019 Steelers away game are eligible

Ben Roethlisberger Foundation (BRF)

The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation, founded by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, welcomes grant inquiries for support until August 15, 2019.

What this grant does for your agency

The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation will disperse grants to police and fire department K-9 units throughout the U.S. This is the 13th grant cycle for The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation. The majority of the grants distributed will help K-9 units to purchase dogs and dog safety vests, but other types of K-9 related needs are considered.

Agencies awarded the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation (BRF) 2019 K9 Grant receive funds to support K-9 units in the Fire Service and at Law Enforcement Agencies.

Only a limited number of grants will be awarded.

Grant Eligibility

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

Eligible Communities And Estimated Announcement Date

  • Boston, MA (Thursday, September 5, 2019)
  • San Francisco, CA (Thursday, September 19, 2019)
  • Los Angeles, CA (Thursday, October 10, 2019)
  • Cleveland, OH (Wednesday, November 13, 2019)
  • Cincinnati, OH (Thursday, November 21, 2019)
  • Phoenix, AZ (Thursday, December 5, 2019)
  • New York City, NY (Thursday, December 19, 2019)
  • Baltimore, MD (Thursday, December 26, 2019)
  • Pittsburgh, PA (After Super Bowl 2020)

K-9 units of police and fire departments in Pittsburgh, PA and in the city/surrounding area of each regular season away game for the Steelers in the 2019 regular season are eligible.

The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation can only distribute grants to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations.

Although police and fire departments are tax-exempt organizations, they do not typically hold 501(c)(3) designation and thus, must show support from a 501(c)(3) organization that is willing to accept funding on the department’s behalf.

Each application must come from a police or fire department with support from a charity or police foundation.

Charities outside the police and fire department are not eligible to apply on their own.

About the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation

The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation (BRF) at The Giving Back Fund (GBF) seeks to support police and fire departments throughout the U.S. with a particular emphasis on support for service dogs and to enhance the quality of life for residents of Pittsburgh, PA. Plans for the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation also include grantmaking to nonprofit organizations assisting children in need in cities where Ben has lived and played football. The Giving Back Fund is a national public charity that creates and professionally manages charitable foundations and other philanthropic programs for athletes, entertainers, business entrepreneurs, and corporations. More

Grant Deadline

All Applications much be postmarked by Thursday, August 15, 2019. Applications that are emailed or faxed will not be accepted.

Late or incomplete applications will NOT be accepted. Applications will be evaluated on the following: thoroughness of presentation and inclusion of all requested materials; project readiness; demonstrated need; proof of sustainability through both external and internal support; and level of proposed impact.

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New Rural EMS grant coming soon

Ambulances

SIREN Act to help rural areas access EMS equipment, training & personnel

Signed into law in December 2018, the new Supporting and Improving Rural EMS Needs (SIREN) Act will help rural areas procure equipment, training, personnel recruitment and retention.

According to First Responder Grants Senior Grant Consultant Kurt Bradley, the SIREN Act is expected to offer grants with a $200K limit and a 10% matching requirement.

Grant administration and setup is still in process. As soon as we know more, we’ll let you know more.

In the meantime, if you are looking to run or improve EMS in a rural area, get to work on the 4 things grant winners have in common. Whenever SIREN opens, you can be first out of the gate to try for this new grant.

Ford Disaster Relief Vehicle Grant Program

This program is currently closed.

Purchase and fit a Ford Transit to serve as a disaster response vehicle

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines

Grant Deadline: Closed.

From the Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services

The Ford Disaster Relief Mobility Challenge helps communities respond to natural disasters. Departments receiving an award from the Ford Disaster Relief Vehicle Grant receive funds to purchase and customize a Ford Transit to help your agency respond to natural disasters.

What this grant does for your agency

The Ford Transit offers the flexibility to fit any business by offering a cargo van or passenger wagon plus your choice of three roof heights, three lengths and two wheelbases. Also available is the choice of three engines along with a seemingly endless list of upfitting options.

Agencies awarded the Ford Disaster Relief Vehicle Grant Program receive funds to purchase and outfit a Ford Transit for disaster response.

3 grants of $70,000 will be awarded.

Grant Eligibility

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

  • Non-Profit, City, County, or Town Government
  • Nationwide
  • The vehicles must be used to respond to natural disasters; defined as any event that is caused by nature and causes great damage such as a flood, earthquake or fire.

About The Ford Fund

Since Ford began operations in 1949, the company has invested nearly $1.5 billion in civic organizations around the world to help drive a brighter future. More

Grant Deadline

This program is currently closed.

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How to find public safety grants that can help your department


Easy-to-follow grant listings show you programs available for your department and tell you when deadlines loom.
Easy-to-follow grant listings show you programs available for your department and tell you when deadlines loom.

Thousands of grants are available, but not every grant is the right fit for your department. How can you sift through all those grants, without wasting time and getting overwhelmed, yet still find what you need?

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GrantFinder is like Google for grants. Powerful search features help you zero in on the exact programs that your department can benefit from and that fit your circumstances.

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How do you find the public safety grants you need?

GrantFinder search page - Use up to 10 options to narrow or broaden your search
Use up to 10 options to narrow or broaden your search

A database that contains thousands of grants has to be easily searchable. Searching isn’t always as easy as tapping a button, though. Sometimes you need to really refine and target what you’re looking for, so you have a better chance at finding a good fit.

That’s why GrantFinder provides powerful yet simple tools to help you focus your search, including:

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Instead of page after page of possibilities, you can search based solely on what you need and what’s relevant to your department.

Of course, you have other duties to attend to and can’t be expected to be searching in GrantFinder all the time. That’s why GrantFinder can be working for you even when you aren’t using it.

With Grant Alerts, you can tell GrantFinder to send you weekly emails, specific to your grant needs, that keep you up to date.

You found a grant… now what?

Use GrantFinder's Calendar view to show you grants by their application deadline
Use GrantFinder’s Calendar view to show you grants by their application deadline

Just because you found a grant doesn’t mean you’re ready to apply for it. You may need to get information ready. You might need to talk with your superiors, other personnel at your department or municipality, or with your consultant at First Responder Grants. Or, heck, you just might not have the time right then and there.

Does that mean you have to start your search all over?

Nope.

With “My Grants” and the “Grant Calendar,” once you find a grant you can save it and come back to it later.

My Grants is also useful for when you find many programs that could be a good fit for your department. You can save all the programs you want, and come back one by one as timing and circumstances fit.

Search grant funding sources

Examples of public safety grants that have been available in the state of Minnesota
Examples of public safety grants that have been available in the state of Minnesota

Did you hear about a particular funding source? Do you want a better idea of what types of programs are available from a grant funder?

By looking through grant funding sources, you can find at-a-glance details on all the programs available from any grant funding source in the GrantFinder database.

Finding grants has never been easier

When it comes down to it, finding grants has never been easy… until now.

GrantFinder can’t write your application for you—that’s why we are here to help. But GrantFinder can make it a lot easier for you to find the grants that are a good fit for your department. Take advantage of their database of thousands of grants, robust search tools, and saved grant listings, all right here, at special pricing available only for First Responder Grants clients and students:

FR-CARA First Responders Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Cooperative Agreement – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)


SAMHSA

Up to $800,000 per grant

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines

Grant Deadline: July 31, 2017

For First Responders to provide emergency treatment of opioid overdoses

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP), is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) 2017 First Responders-Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (FR-CARA) Cooperative Agreements. SAMHSA will award FR-CARA funds to states, tribes and tribal organizations, and local governmental entities. Local governmental entities include, but are not limited to, municipal corporations, counties, cities, boroughs, incorporated towns, and townships.

What this grant does for your agency

The purpose of this program is to allow first responders and members of other key community sectors to administer a drug or device approved or cleared under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose. Grantees will train and provide resources to first responders and members of other key community sectors at the state, tribal, and local governmental levels on carrying and administering a drug or device approved or cleared under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose. Grantees will also establish processes, protocols, and mechanisms for referral to appropriate treatment and recovery communities.

Agencies awarded the FR-CARA First Responders Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Cooperative Agreement receive grants $250,000–$800,000 for projects up to 4 years. Estimated total program funding is $10,423,364.

Up to 30 awards are expected.

Grant Eligibility

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

Eligible applicants include States, American Indian/Alaska Native tribes, tribal organizations, and consortia of tribes or tribal organizations, and local governmental entities including, but not limited to, municipal corporations, counties, cities, boroughs, incorporated towns, and townships. The eligibility for this grant program is statutorily defined in Section 546 of the Public Health Service Act. For the purposes of this funding opportunity announcement, a tribe, as defined at 25 U.S.C. § 1603(14), refers to any Indian tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska Native village or group or regional or village corporation as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (85 Stat. 688) [43 U.S.C.A. § 1601 et seq.], which is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians. Further, a tribal organization, as defined at 25 U.S.C. § 1603(26), is the recognized governing body of any Indian tribe; any legally established organization of Indians which is controlled, sanctioned, or chartered by such governing body or which is democratically elected by the adult members of the Indian community to be served by such organization and which includes the maximum participation of Indians in all phases of its activities: Provided, that in any case where a contract is let or grant made to an organization to perform services benefiting more than one Indian tribe, the approval of each such Indian tribe shall be a prerequisite to the letting or making of such contract or grant. The statute indicates that the definition of “rural,” should be the one utilized by the Office of Management and Budget which indicates that they are not located in metropolitan statistical areas. Link to state maps: https://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/maps/statecbsa.html.

About the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities. More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. EST, Mon., July 31, 2017.

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Funding Opportunity Number: SP-17-005. Apply for the FR-CARA First Responders Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Cooperative Agreement

NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator


NIST

Grants and Cooperative Agreements $10,000 to $1,000,000 per year for 2 years

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines

Grant Deadline: Feb. 28, 2017

Broadband Technologies and Capabilities for First Responders

The NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program seeks applications from eligible applicants for activities to accelerate research, development, production, and testing of key broadband technologies and capabilities for first responders as described in Section I. of this Full Announcement/ NOFO.

Ever increasing operational demands on first responders, along with new technological
opportunities and capabilities, are driving PSOs to adopt broadband technologies such
as Long Term Evolution (LTE) for mission critical data. While access to broadband data
is improving public safety operations and providing new applications, voice remains the
most critical communications capability. However, a true mission critical voice (MCV)
capability has yet to be deployed on any LTE network. The PSIAP is seeking proposals
for innovative R&D projects to accelerate the development, production, and testing of
mission critical voice over LTE networks.

An operational MCV capability includes a number of key functions, and successful
implementation using LTE will require incorporation of a broad set of technologies,
some of which are new or developing. However, PSCR’s stakeholder engagement and
evaluation activities, coupled with the technology landscape assessments and industry
roadmaps, clearly support the need for R&D in two particular areas: 1) direct mode
operations, and 2) mission critical push-to-talk.

Emergency responders have a compelling need to understand the physical environment
in which they are working: Where are public safety personnel and equipment? What
hazards and resources are present in the area? What entry and exit routes are
available? PSCR refers to the collection of technologies and systems that gather, store,
disseminate, and act on location and located information as Location Based Services
(LBS).

What this grant does for your agency

In FY 2017 through FY2019, NIST anticipates up to $30,000,000 may be available.

Agencies awarded the NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator receive awards in the range of $10,000 to $1,000,000 per year with project performance periods of up to two (2) years. Proposals submitted by institutions of higher education with the specific purpose of supporting research by students as part of their doctoral program may have performance periods of up to three (3) years. All awards will be made consistent with the multi-year funding policy.

Matching funds are not required for this NOFO. Only a limited number of grants will be awarded.

Grant Eligibility

For full eligibility details, see the Grant Guidelines:

  • All awards listed in this NOFO are open to all non-Federal entities.
  • Eligible applicants include institutions of higher education, non-profit organizations, for-profit organizations, state and local governments, Indian tribes, hospitals, foreign public entities, and foreign governments.
  • An eligible organization may propose to work individually or to include proposed sub-awardees, contractors or other collaborators.
  • Please note that individuals and unincorporated sole proprietors are not considered “non-Federal entities” and are not eligible apply under this NOFO.
  • NIST will only consider one application per applicant; however, an applicant entity may be proposed as a sub-recipient, contractor, or unfunded collaborator within applications submitted by other entities.
  • In addition, an applicant may address more than one technology area from the program description, though they should make this very clear in the technical proposal.

About the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) was founded in 1901 and now part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. NIST is one of the nation’s oldest physical science laboratories… More

Grant Deadline

Grant applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m., Tues., Feb. 28, 2017.

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Funding Opportunity Number: 2017-NIST-PSIAP-01. Apply for the NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator

Walgreens Community Grant Program


Walgreens

Increase Community Health & Provide Emergency Relief

Grant Website & Guidelines

Grant Deadline: This program accepts applications on an ongoing basis.

Since its founding in 1901, Walgreens Co. and its employees have recognized the connection between strong communities and good business. The Walgreens motto, “The Pharmacy America Trusts,” reflects the company’s belief in ethical business practices and their respect for the dedication of Walgreens employees in improving the quality of life in their communities. As Walgreens grows, and brings stores to new markets and new neighborhoods, the company also brings a tradition of supporting the health needs of patients. Because Walgreens cannot support every worthy program, they have developed guidelines to help eligible nonprofit organizations understand our priorities, values, and limitations.

What this grant does for your agency

Organizations seeking funding should have a specific focus on improving:

  • Access to health and wellness in their community
  • Pharmacy education programs and mentoring initiatives
  • Civic and Community outreach
  • Emergency and Disaster Relief

Only a limited number of grants will be awarded. Award amount not specified, but requests should be under $10,000.

Grant Eligibility

You must be an IRS 501(c)(3), nonprofit, tax-exempt organization.

About Walgreens

As the nation’s largest drugstore chain with fiscal 2011 sales of $72 billion, Walgreens (www.walgreens.com) vision is to become America’s first choice for health and daily living. Each day, Walgreens provides nearly 6 million customers the most convenient, multichannel access to consumer goods and services and trusted, cost-effective pharmacy, health and wellness services and advice in communities across America. Walgreens scope of pharmacy services includes retail, specialty, infusion, medical facility and mail service, along with respiratory services. These services improve health outcomes and lower costs for payers including employers, managed care organizations, health systems, pharmacy benefit managers and the public sector. The company operates 7,919 drugstores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Take Care Health Systems is a Walgreens subsidiary that is the largest and most comprehensive manager of worksite health and wellness centers and in-store convenient care clinics, with more than 700 locations throughout the country.

Grant Deadline

Grant applications may be submitted on an ongoing basis.

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FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)


30 years of HMAImplement Long-Term Hazard Mitigation Measures After A Major Disaster

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines

Grant Deadline: This program accepts applications on an ongoing basis.

Reduce The Loss Of Life And Property Due To Natural Disasters

The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) provides grants to states and local governments to implement long-term hazard mitigation measures after a major disaster declaration. The purpose of the HMGP is to reduce the loss of life and property due to natural disasters and to enable mitigation measures to be implemented during the immediate recovery from a disaster. The HMGP is authorized under Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act.

The amount of funding available for the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) under a particular disaster declaration is limited. The program may provide a state with up to 15 percent of the total disaster grants awarded by FEMA. States that meet higher mitigation planning criteria may qualify for a higher percentage under the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. FEMA can fund up to 75 percent of the eligible costs of each project. The state or grantee must provide a 25 percent match, which can be fashioned from a combination of cash and in-kind sources. Funding from other federal sources cannot be used for the 25 percent share with one exception. Funding provided to states under the Community Development Block Grant program from the Department of Housing and Urban Development can be used to meet the non-federal share requirement.

What this grant does for your agency

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funds may be used to fund projects that will reduce or eliminate the losses from future disasters. Projects must provide a long-term solution to a problem, for example, elevation of a home to reduce the risk of flood damages as opposed to buying sandbags and pumps to fight the flood.

In addition, a project’s potential savings must be more than the cost of implementing the project. Funds may be used to protect either public or private property or to purchase property that has been subjected to, or is in danger of, repetitive damage.

Examples of projects include, but are not limited to:

  • Acquisition of real property for willing sellers and demolition or relocation of buildings to convert the property to open space use
  • Retrofitting structures and facilities to minimize damages from high winds, earthquake, flood, wildfire, or other natural hazards
  • Elevation of flood-prone structures
  • Development and initial implementation of vegetative management programs
  • Minor flood control projects that do not duplicate the flood prevention activities of other federal agencies
  • Localized flood control projects, such as certain ring levees and floodwall systems, that are designed specifically to protect critical facilities
  • Post-disaster building code related activities that support building code officials during the reconstruction process.

Only a limited number of grants will be awarded.

Grant Eligibility

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding is only available to applicants that reside within a Presidentially declared disaster area. Eligible applicants include: State and local governments Indian tribes or other tribal organizations Certain non-profit organizations Individual homeowners and businesses may not apply directly to the program; however a community may apply on their behalf.

For more information about HMGP, see the FAQ.

About FEMA

FEMA’s mission is to support citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards. Learn more about FEMA

Grant Deadline

Applications for mitigation projects are encouraged as soon as possible after the disaster occurs so that opportunities to do mitigation are not lost during reconstruction. The state will set a deadline for application submittal. You should contact your State Hazard Mitigation Officer for specific application dates.

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Following a disaster declaration, the state will advertise that Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funding is available to fund mitigation projects in the state. Those interested in applying to the HMGP should contact their local government to begin the application process. Local governments should contact their State Hazard Mitigation Officer.

For more information on the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, contact your State Hazard Mitigation Officer or the FEMA Regional Office in your area

Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP)


Plan For & Respond To Chemical Warfare Materials Incidents

Grant Website

Grant Guidelines

Grant Deadline: This program accepts applications on an ongoing basis.

Grant Assistance Available for CSEPP State And Local Communities

The goal of the program is to assist CSEPP state and local communities in efforts to improve their capacity to plan for and respond to accidents associated with the storage and ultimate disposal of chemical warfare materials. State CSEPP sites include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Utah, and Oregon/Washington.

What this grant does for your agency

Enhance Your Ability To Respond To The Unlikely Event Of A Chemical Agent Emergency

CSEPP communities have been nationally recognized for their ability to respond to emergencies of all kinds. Many of the lessons learned in CSEPP are used in industry, and CSEPP enjoys partnerships with other public safety organizations to ensure that the knowledge gained through prudent use of taxpayer dollars has the greatest benefit for the most people. CSEPP has provided funding and technical assistance to:

  • Improve public warning capabilities
  • Build and upgrade state-of-the-art emergency operations centers
  • Train emergency managers and first responders
  • Hold functional exercises that improve readiness
  • Increase public knowledge and understanding of protective actions
  • Over-pressurize schools to ensure the safety of children
  • Study emergency response options to determine the best way to protect communities
  • Train doctors and nurses to treat victims of chemical agent exposure

Grant Eligibility

Applications are accepted from the States of Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The eligible states house the U.S. Army stockpiles unitary chemical warfare agent as bulk chemicals and munitions. Local governments are eligible to participate as subgrantees under their state’s application. See Grant Eligibility Criteria:

About CSEPP

CSEPP is a partnership between FEMA and the U.S. Army that is designed to provide community education and emergency preparedness resources in the event of a chemical agent emergency.

Grant Deadline

Varies. Contact the headquarters or regional office, as appropriate, for application deadlines.

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