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Funding for Colonias and Farmworkers

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Good Stories
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[Photo: Typical Housing stock in the colonia of Vado]
New Mexico creates Model Colonia - HUD funds help draw other partners to create a "model" colonia in New Mexico's Dona Ana County.

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Related Info
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 -   U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development
 -   Department of Labor migrant farmworker information
 -   Border environmental health
 -   Rural utilities

Is your organization looking for funding sources for improving services to farmworkers and people living in colonias? Find out what's available

Federal Funding Resources

 -   HUD programs - HUD has a number of programs that local organizations can use to serve colonias residents and migrant farmworkers
 -   HUD funds available - HUD publishes ";Notices of Funding Availability"; (NOFAs) when grants are available
 -   Community Development Block Grants
 -   Arizona
 -   California
 -   Florida
 -   New Mexico
 -   HOME Program
 -   Arizona
 -   California
 -   in Florida
 -   New Mexico

State Resources

There are state and local funding sources that may help you.

 -   Arizona
 -   California
 -   Florida
 -   New Mexico
 -   Texas
 -   Washington
 -   Oregon
 
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