Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP)
- Income at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines
- Minnesota residents, or household otherwise approved by Minnesota Housing
- Experiencing a housing crisis
Households are assessed by FHPAP providers to determine eligibility and level of assistance. Funds are limited may not be available for all households.
Find a FHPAP Provider (available statewide)
Regional FHPAP providers are available to support all household types in stabilizing their housing situation as quickly as possible. Search the links below for provider(s) that serve the county where you currently reside or wish to relocate.
If you need additional resources to find or keep safe housing you can also find information about other rental assistance programs.
Information for Grant Administrators
Guides and Documents
Other Helpful Tools
- Request for Proposals (RFP) Information Session: Minnesota Housing hosted a Request for Proposals (RFP) Information Session to provide an overview of upcoming RFP including requirements and deadlines.
Watch the recorded session (1:27:00)| Presentation slides (January 16, 2024)
- Information Session: Minnesota Housing hosted an FHPAP Information Session which provides a general overview of the program. Watch the recorded Video (1:34:41) | Slides (December 8, 2023)
- Client file monitoring: Minnesota Housing provided a training for FHPAP grantees to provide direction in file organization, and collecting/maintaining proper documentation for the clients they serve. Watch the recording (1:35:35) and view the presentation slides
- Preliminary Practice Model Training:
To help potential applicants consider how the program and its preliminary practice model could be implemented, refer to the following informational sessions and materials:
Budgeting and Reporting
Budgeting and Reporting
- FHPAP Expenditure and Outputs Report: Coordinated Entry, Street Outreach, Prevention, Rapid Rehousing
- FHPAP Expenditure and Outputs Report: Prevention and Rapid Rehousing only
- 2024-2025 Reporting Timeline
- HMIS: visit www.hmismn.org for the latest updates on reporting households in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
Other Grant Programs
Homework Starts with Home - This grant program focused on addressing homelessness and housing instability among students and their families.
Housing Trust Fund Rental Assistance - This grant program provides temporary rental assistance, housing related expenses such as application fees and security deposits, in partnership with supportive services for High Priority Homeless (HPH) families and individuals referred through the local Coordinated Entry (CE) System.