Office of Native American Program Projects - Blackfeet Housing

Office of Native American Program Projects - Blackfeet Housing, in Browning, Montana, received $2,672,486 in Recovery Act funding. The funds are being used to moderately rehabilitate 223 homes. Part of the rehabilitation will be mold remediation. In addition, they are acquiring one duplex and the adjoining lot for student housing. The They are also offering weatherization grants to 45 qualified homeowners to assist them in making their homes more energy efficient. Forty-nine jobs have been created and 86.4 percent of the funds have been expended, as of June 1, 2010.

Montana's Numbers
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Number of jobs created or saved by the Recovery Act:


Recover Act funds made available to support jobs:

$1.4 Billion

Recovery Act funds that have already been spent:

$803.5 Million

Number of working families receiving tax relief that can be put to use immediately:


Number of Recovery Act-backed small business loans :


Miles of highway improved across the state:


Number of clean energy projects :


Number of homes that will be weatherized :


Number of students getting Pell Grants to help pay college tuition:


Number of education jobs funded by the Recovery Act:



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