Foreclosure Counseling (NFMC) Round 10 and Supplemental Grants
On May 26, NeighborWorks America announced that $39.9 million has been awarded to 21 state housing finance agencies, 19 HUD-approved housing counseling intermediaries and 60 community-based NeighborWorks organizations to provide counseling to families and individuals facing the threat of foreclosure. Communities across the country will now be able to put to use this tenth round of National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling (NFMC) Program funds, which were appropriated through the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (P.L.114-113).
View a list of Round 10 grantees by award amount or by state.
Demand for these funds far exceeded the amount of funding available; eligible applicants requested more than $83 million in NFMC grant funds. In total, more than 840 nonprofit counseling agencies and local NeighborWorks organizations across the country are expected to be engaged in the NFMC Program as a result of these awards.
To date, more than two million families in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories have received foreclosure counseling through the NFMC Program. It is estimated that more than 122,600 families facing the threat of foreclosure will be directly assisted with this tenth round of funding. Many more will be helped by the training of foreclosure counselors, provided through the NFMC Program.
Visit Foreclosure Counseling Supplemental Grants for information specific to NFMC supplemental grants.
NFMC Round 10 and Supplemental Grants Application Information
Program Details and Requirements
Required NFMC Round 10 and Supplemental Grants Start-Up Documentation