is a federally funded program to supplement the work of local social service agencies to help people with economic (not disaster-related) emergencies. EFSP provides local communities support to help residents with utility, housing and food needs.
Indiana Association of United Ways (IaUW) administers the State Set-Aside allocations for Indiana.
Each community has a Local Board, which selects the Local Recipient Organizations (LROs) for providing the emergency assistance to people in need. Local Boards are meeting in summer for distribution to LROs this summer.
Phase 32 (FY 2014): The State of Indiana was awarded a total of $2,131,365, of which $384,426 was in State Set-Aside (SSA) allocations. The Indiana SSA Committee recommended amounts for jurisdictions not funded with Direct awards. See recommended amounts(, 16 KB) and memo(, 124 KB). View National EFSP Web site for announcements.
Phase 32 Manual of Responsibilities and Requirements for EFSP (note that this info is updated for LBs and LROs on the national site):
Addendum to Manual for Phase 32 (, 702 KB)
Phase 30 Manual (, 972 KB)
Addendum to Manual for Phase 31 (, 608 KB)