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Emergency Solutions Grant

The Emergency Solutions Grant program replaced the Emergency Shelter Grant program in 2012. The City is not a direct ESG grantee, receiving its ESG funding from HUD through the Tennessee Housing Development Agency.

THDA has allocated $174,367 to Murfreesboro for 2016-2017. The following agencies have contracts with the City to provide homeless services.



  • The Salvation Army
  • Murfreesboro Housing Authority
  • Domestic Violence Program
  • The Journey Home




Eligible uses for ESG funds include Emergency Shelter operations, Street Outreach, Homeless Prevention, Rapid Re-Housing and expenses related to operating the local Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). View more information about the Emergency Solutions Grant program.

The Tennessee Housing Development Agency has notified the City that its 2017-18 allocation is expected to be $150,000. A Notification of Funding Available will be posted on this page in January.



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