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Capital Fund Program

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The Capital Fund Program (CFP) provides financial assistance to PHAs to improve existing public housing or develop new public housing. This includes mixed-financed properties that have some public housing units. Improvements can range from major work to replace roofs or heating systems to renovations that improve accessibility and energy efficiency.