Homeowners
Assistance Program


As of January 2018, The Road Home Program has assisted more than 130,000 Louisiana citizens affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The program has disbursed more than $9 billion dollars to the residents of Louisiana. The program has had a tremendous impact on the largest rebuilding effort in American history.

We are pleased to announce that The Road Home Program has successfully completed all rebuilding initiatives and is now bringing the program to closure. We are proud to say that continued dedication and commitment has allowed Road Home applicants to rebuild safer, stronger, and smarter. Our mission is accomplished.

The Road Home New Orleans Lakeshore Office, located at 2021 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, LA 70122, will officially close on March 1, 2018. Homeowners may continue to receive letters from the Louisiana Office of Community Development or its contractor, Shows, Cali & Walsh, L.L.P. law firm. If additional assistance is needed and/or questions about what documentation is needed to become compliant, homeowners can continue to call 1-888-Road2LA (1-888-762-3252) or visit www.road2la.org.

Over the next several months, HUD-required compliance and closeout activities will complete the final phase of The Road Home Program.



Chart displaying amounts funded per applicant. For additional information, please contact the road home program. Funded: $5,680,752,577 
 Applicants: 123,128 Funded: $923,383,679 
 Applicants: 31,833 Funded: $2,122,957,653 
 Applicants: 46,059 Funded: $192,175,263 
 Applicants: 25,659

* Net Amounts Funded (Minus Funds Returned)


Information regarding all Road Home Homeowner Assistance Program (HAP) compensation grant disbursements and other data can be viewed on the Rebuild.Louisiana.gov website.


The Office of Community Development - Disaster Recovery Unit does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability, and provides, upon request, reasonable accommodation, including auxiliary aids and services, to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in all services, programs and activities. Towards this end, we continually strive to make our web platform friendly to screen readers and other accessibility-related software, and provide accessible documents where possible. Any person requiring assistance, or would like a copy of a specific document, should contact (1-888-762-3252). TTY callers please use the 711 relay.
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