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MSHDA Investing in Community Housing (MICH)
The MSHDA Investing in Community Housing (MICH) Program will utilize United States Department of the Treasury American Rescue Plan (ARP) Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) as a grant mechanism within MSHDA's Neighborhood Housing Initiatives Division (NHID). This funding will be made available statewide based on a formal subrecipient award structure. MICH will provide occupied single family home rehabilitation, limited to energy-efficiency and accessibility activities. Funding is restricted to provide assistance to households at or below 185% Federal Poverty Guidelines and is subject to availability of funding and regional distribution of resources.
MICH Property Owner Applicant Portal
The MICH online application is the first step in the MICH application process, once completed the application will be forwarded to a subrecipient agency based on regional distribution, that subrecipient agency will utilize its written program guidelines to establish funding priorities and their individual selection process and criteria. Each subrecipient agency may elect to collect additional documentation at their discretion.
You will have 14 days to complete the application process.
Please note that each applicant receives an individual link and that should be used instead of creating a new application or you will receive a duplicate address error.
To check to the status of a submitted application, please go to:
Scam Alert We have received reports that there may be individuals, who are not affiliated with MSHDA nor our local partners, that are approaching homeowners and impersonating MSHDA and/or local agency staff. Please use caution: If someone is coming to the door without pre-arrangements made within the applicant portal, and not providing identity verification credentials, and are asking to come inside and/or take measurements, asking you to sign contractual documents, and/or asking for money,
More info about suspected MSHDA fraud can be found here:
All program funding is handled by the local subrecipient agency, and these agencies pay program contractors directly. At no time will any staff from MSHDA or the local agency ask for money to begin/complete the MICH funded work.
Information For Grantee Programs
Grantee Program Phase 2 Application Process