NH ESG Information - State and Manchester City

ESG is a formula grant program. Eligible recipients are states, metropolitan cities, urban counties and territories. Eligible recipients apply through the Consolidated Planning process. Each state or local jurisdiction submits its Consolidated Plan (or Annual Action Plan) to the appropriate HUD field office no later than 45 days before the start of its consolidated program year. 

The ESG program provides funding to: 

  • Engage homeless individuals and families living on the street; 
  • Improve the number and quality of emergency shelters for homeless individuals and families;
  • Help operate these shelters;
  • Provide essential services to shelter residents;
  • Rapidly re-house homeless individuals and families;
  • Prevent families and individuals from becoming homeless. 
Funding in New Hampshire

There are 2 recipients in the State of New Hampshire:

  • Manchester City 
  • State of New Hampshire - Bureau of Housing Supports

These recipients then fund sub grantees in the community. These sub grantees may be funded for one or more of the the following projects:

  • Emergency Shelter
  • Rapid Rehousing
  • Prevention
Reporting Requirements

State - BHS

  • Annual ESG CAPER

Manchester City

  • Monthly ESG CAPER
  • Annual ESG CAPER
  • Monthly ESG and ESG CV Performance Measure Report


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