Community Resources and Development
Community Resources and Development provides many different kinds of housing assistance.
Community Resources and Development (CRD) funds housing rehabilitation and home weatherization programs which embrace the Green and Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) concept.
In 2013 CRD was awarded a HUD Lead Hazard Control Grant. Through this funding agencies can help to Prevent Lead Based Paint Poisoning in housed owned by low income households.
Through funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, CRD also funds agencies that provide homeownership down-payment assistance programs, and other programs designed to assist families towards home ownership.
Salt Lake County does not provide any direct services regarding housing assistance; however, CRD does help to fund agencies that does provide these direct services. Individuals and families with low-income can contact these agencies for support in finding immediate and permenant housing.
For households that have housing, but are at risk of loosing their housing due to financial circumstances, can contact these agencies to see if they qualify for assistance.
Families and individuals currently without housing can contact a number of agencies that are supported by state, county and city funds that can immediately provide shelter and other services needed.
Fair Housing Information
Federal Fair Housing Regulations prohibit housing discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. For more information on fair housing or to file a complaint, click on Utah Fair Housing or HUD Fair Housing.
- Learn more about Salt Lake County fair housing practices
- CRD's Fair Housing Equal Opportunity Effective Communication Policy