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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 $212,924 to Murfreesboro for 2015-2016. The following agencies have contracts with the City to provide homeless services.

  •  Room in the Inn
  • The Guidance Center
  • The Salvation Army
  • Doors of Hope
  • Domestic Violence Program
  • The Journey Home
  • Homeless Alliance of Rutherford County
  • Murfreesboro Housing Authority

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.