Get Help with Your NSP Program

Technical Assistance (TA) is available to help Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) grantees identify and address programmatic issues. Grantees that have completed their programs may request assistance in closing out NSP grants.

The following options are available through the HUD Exchange depending on the need and status of the grant.

Find NSP Resources and Trainings

NSP Home Page: Find everything to administer your program in one place.

NSP Toolkits: Download tools and sample documents.

Training Archive: View an archive of training material from past training.

Upcoming Training: View upcoming training.

Ask A Question

NSP Ask A Question: Get answers to your NSP questions within 48 hours.

Get Help Closing an NSP Grant

NSP Closeout Page: View guidance on closing your grant.

Email nsp-questions@hud.gov: Grantees, HUD CPD Representatives, and TA Providers can submit a request to receive up to 30 hours of on-call technical assistance to assist in closeout.

Request Intensive NSP Program Assistance

Request In-depth TA Using the TA Portal: Grantees, HUD CPD Representatives, and TA Providers can request intensive onsite TA as determined by HUD.