Applications will be accepted for the ARPA CRAG program that fall into one of the six City Council-approved Activity Categories:
- Retraining Displaced Workers
- Providing job-training assistance to household workers who qualify as low- to moderate-income and who have experienced negative economic impacts from COVID.
- Legal Services for Eviction Assistance
- Providing nonprofit legal assistance to prevent evictions of those who qualify as low- to moderate-income and who have experienced negative economic impacts from COVID.
- Expanded Educational Opportunities
- Providing resources to address educational disparities or promote early learning for those who qualify as low- to moderate-income and who have experienced negative impacts from COVID.
- Resources to Mitigate the Digital Divide
- Providing internet access or digital literacy assistance to households negatively impacted by limited internet capabilities and who qualify as low- to moderate-income.
- Access to Healthcare for Underserved Populations
- Providing resources to address basic health needs for the community in COVID mitigation and prevention, community violence interventions, or financial assistance for low-to moderate-income households’ medical needs exacerbated COVID.
- Mental Health Assistance
- Providing resources to address mental health or substance use needs that have resulted from or been exacerbated by COVID for those who qualify as low- to moderate-income.
An optional training session will be held virtually on September 13, 2022 via Teams meetings.
Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, September 30, 2022. Late applications will not be accepted.
For questions about Salt Lake City’s CRAG program or other ARPA funding, contact Jack Markman at 801-535-7762 or email email@example.com.
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