Community Development Block Grant 


Na' Fan Safo 

Project na' fan safo protects the health and well-being of unsheltered homeless during the covid-19 pandemic by implementing multiple strategies to prevent and/or reduce community spread of the coronavirus, providing support and life-sustaining responses to individuals through outreach services, and assisting with housing. 

Catholic Social Service

Services Provided 


- Conduct outreach with street homeless in top 3 villages with highest number of unsheltered homeless. 

- Additional outreaches ay be conducted to households living in substandard housing environments in both village and remote areas that meet the homeless definition. 

- Individual outreaches will also be conducted on referrals received. 

Homeless Prevention

- Homeless prevention will be provided to minimum 150 households who have accrued rental and/or utility arrears which would result in potential eviction from current residence.  Financial assistance will be provided to pay for arrears in rental and power and water/sewer utilities up to 90 days (3 months arrears). 

- Households covered under the Eviction Moratorium for rental and utilities are not eligible until the moratorium expires. 

Rapid Re-Housing 

- Rapid Re-Housing of minimum 100 homeless households to available motels, apartments, or hotels based on household size and room availability.

Priority focuse in order would be:

-​Families with young children; 

- Single or couples who are elderly, or a person with a disability, or who have underlying medical conditions; 

- Able-bodied couples with no young children and single, able-bodied individuals. 


- Application Intake

- Eligibility Determination 

- VI-SPDAT for Assessment 

Case Management 

- Developing Service Plan 

- Implementing Service Plan

​- Referrals to other services and supports 

- Coordination of Services

- Regular follow-up

- Monitoring

- Quarterly Assessment 


- Coordinated Entry System

- Service Planning

- Coordination of Services

- Transition of Clients - Discharge 


  1. Housholds or individuals who have accrued rental and/or utility arrears as a result of employment action (such as furlough, layoffs, or reduced work hours) due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which would result in potential eviction from current residence.
  2. Homeless families or individuals who meet HUD's Homeless Definition, which includes requirements that individuals and families have no other residence and lack the resources and support networks to obtain other permanent housing. 
  3. Applicants must meet HUD's Income Limits. 

Required Documents

  1. Valid, Unexpired Photo Identification Card (ID) -- Passport, Guam Id, Guam Driver's License) 
  2. Citizenship Documentation (Naturalization Documents, Permanent Alien Card, Green Card, Passport with I-94)
  3. Social Security Card
  4. Birth Certificate
  5. Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
  6. Mayor's Residency Verifcation 

Homeless Prevention 

  1. Current Lease Agreement (Past, if applicable) 
  2. Landlord's Business License
  3. GHURA Summary Application AND Lease Agreement (if applicable)
  4. Eviction Notice
  5. Rental Payment Request AND Tenant Ledger
  6. Utility Disconnection Notice AND Account Summary Ledger 

Rapid Re-Housing 

  1. Referral Letter from Homeless Agency (i.e., VARO, Guma San Jose) or 3rd Party Homeless Verfication
  2. DPHSS Certification of Benefits 

Additional documentation may be required after further review of application and/or documents submitted. 

To apply for the program, please print out and complete Intake Application Form, (link below) which can be emailed to or faxed to 671-635-1444.  A fillable option of our Intake Application Form is also available on the Program tab of our website.  All Intake Application will be subject to review upon receipt.  For additional inquiries, please call us at 671-635-1422 or 671-635-1451.

Download Pre-Application Form