NAHRO FUNDING PRIORITIES

DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS
(IN MILLIONS)
FY 2022 ENACTEDFY 2023 PROPOSEDNAHRO FY 2023
RECOMMENDATIONS
Public Housing Operating Fund1$5,039$5,000$5,0392
Public Housing Capital Fund1$3,200$3,200$5,000
Emergency Capital Needs$75$40$75
Choice Neighborhoods Initiative$350$250$500
HCV Housing Assistance Payments Renewals$24,095$26,2343$26,2343
Administrative Fees$2,411$3,014$3,0464
Tenant Protection Vouchers$100$220$220
Incremental Vouchers$200$1,550$1,550
Incremental Voucher Supportive Services Fee$473
Mobility Funding$25$445$445
Mainstream Vouchers5$459$667$667
Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance$13,940$15,0006$15,0006
Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS)$109$120$200
Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency$35$35$35
Jobs Plus$15$20$20
Community Development Block Grant$3,300$3,745$4,200
HOME Investment Partnerships Program$1,500$1,950$2,500
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS$450$455$460
Homeless Assistance Grants$3,213$3,576$3,800
  1. Part of the Public Housing Fund.
  2. The White House budget states that its $5 billion request represents 100 percent proration for the Operating Fund. HUD’s formula uses an unrealistic inflation factor and is based on rents charged, not collected. PHAs have been unable to collect rents at pre-COVID levels and this has greatly affected their ability to operate effectively.
  3. Includes $50 million in supplementary fees for the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD).
  4. This amount includes administrative fees for renewal vouchers and administrative fees for recommended incremental vouchers.
  5. Includes funding for administrative fees.
  6. Includes $60 million in supplementary fees for the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD).