Missouri of housing and Community Development Kansas City, 816513-3015 missouri Green HillsCommunity Action Agency or the missouri Division of family Services http://neaap.ncat.org/programs/lowincome/mo-li.htm
Extractions: HUD's Single Family program administers a variety of programs that develop and support affordable homeownership opportunities for lower and moderate income families through our FHA mortgage insurance program. HUD does not make loans or grants to homeowners. Another way that HUD supports affordable housing for citizens is through its housing counseling program. HUD supports a network of more than 1,200 national, regional, and local organizations that provide a variety of housing counseling and homebuyer and homeowner education and outreach activities. Local Office Contacts Homwownership information HUD homes for sale - a list of HUD owned properties currently listed "for sale"
Linked Deposits, Multi-Family Housing Allocation of Funds A total of $10 million has been allocated for the MISSOURIFIRST Linked Deposit Program for Multifamily housing Program. http://www.treasurer.missouri.gov/link/multifamily.asp
Extractions: Access to affordable housing is essential to all Missourians. The Treasurers Office is committed to enhancing housing options available for Missouri families. Because the housing industry plays a key role in our economy, the Treasurers Office has developed a program utilizing the states deposit power to increase the availability of multi-family housing in Missouri. Program Objectives
Extractions: The Department of Economic Development has several programs to assist for-profit organizations with housing projects: Neighborhood Preservation offers state income tax credits to homeowners and developers who construct new homes or renovates home in certain designated areas of the state. The Missouri Housing Development Commission provides funding for affordable housing to qualified nonprofit organizations and for-profit developers. Financing includes: Historic Tax Credit provides state income tax credits of 25% of eligible costs and expenses for the rehabilitation of approved historic buildings. The structure must be a certified historic structure and listed on the National Register of Historic Places or be part of a certified historic district. Not for profit entities and government entities are not eligible. The Community Development Block Grant Program offers two categories of funding to assist with construction and rehabilitation of affordable housing. Since a unit of local government, such as a city or county, is the only official eligible applicant for CDBG, a developer or for-profit organization would need to work with the community as a sub-applicant. Programs include:
Legal Services Of Missouri for lowincome people in Eastern missouri. are assisted with problems in housing,employment and insurance discrimination, public benefits, family issues such http://www.mobar.org/legalser/offices.htm
Extractions: Kansas City, MO 64106 (with additional offices in St. Joseph, Warrensburg and Joplin) Counties served: Andrew, Atchison, Barton, Bates, Benton, Buchanan, Caldwell, Camden, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Henry, Hickory, Holt, Jackson, Jasper, Johnson, Lafayette, Linn, Livingston, McDonald, Mercer, Morgan, Newton, Nodaway, Pettis, Platte, Putnam, Ray, St. Clair, Saline, Sullivan, Vernon, Worth. 4232 Forest Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108 (with an office also in Hannibal) Counties served: Adair, Clark, Franklin, Jefferson, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Ralls, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby, St. Charles, St. Louis (city and county), Warren, Washington. 3. Mid-Missouri Legal Services Corporation
Legal Services Of Missouri Legal Services of Southern missouri may handle cases family Matters Dissolution ofmarriage involving abuse; care; Home health services and mental health. housing http://www.mobar.org/legalser/priority.htm
Extractions: Form Exchange Priorities for Missouri Legal Aid Offices Priorities Preserving Families Maintaining, Enhancing and Protecting Income and Economic Stability Providing Housing and Meeting Related Housing Needs Providing Safety, Security and Well-Being Improving Outcomes for Children Assisting Populations with Special Vulnerabilities Protecting Individual Rights Delivering Legal Services Legal Services of Southern Missouri may handle cases or matters for the following established priorities. Legal representation for eligible clients may be handled by a staff attorney, or member of the private bar representing the organization through the pro bono or judicare programs.
Housing Authority Of Kansas City of the housing Authority of Kansas City, missouri is to or operation of housing forlow income families. Public housing programs are managed by a variety of http://www.hakc.org/
Extractions: The Mission of the Housing Authority of Kansas City, Missouri is to develop, rehabilitate and manage decent, safe and sanitary quality affordable housing in a manner that promotes equal opportunity, fair housing and the deconcentration of race and poverty. In accomplishing this goal, HAKC is committed to maintaining its developments as affordable housing assets that can meet the needs of low-income households in the long term and serve as viable community resources promoting economic independence and self-sufficiency for its residents. The Housing Authority of Kansas City is also committed to promoting resident economic self-sufficiency and improving community quality of life and economic viability.
Extractions: Sullivan County search all of Missouri.edu search MissouriFamilies.org search MissouriBusiness.net search Community Connection search Alianzas search UMKC search UMSL search UMR search the whole WWW Site Index Disaster Recovery Resources Family Life B alance the responsibilities of everyday living with research-based programs and information from University of Missouri Extension for people, professionals and communities. Resources for Northeast Missouri Families State of Missouri Families The status of Missouri families is important to all of us. Here are some brief facts about family life, health, economics, children, older members and housing Aging Well This series of programs is designed for older adults to help them realize their full potential. The topic areas covered are Retirement, Memory, Creativity, Sexuality/Intimacy, Activity/Leisure/Volunteerism, Nutrition/Exercise, Spirituality and Relationships Center on Aging without Walls Tackling The Tough Skills: Building Skills for Work and Life This program is designed for working with hard to reach audiences particularly those who are low income. The various subject areas include Attitude, Responsibility, Communication, Decision Making/Problem Solving, and Preparing for the Work Place. Curriculum has both adult and teen sections.
Extractions: Chronic disease risk can be reduced by healthy eating and being active. 16,453 deaths were due to heart disease in 2001. ( Trend from 1989-2001 12,289 deaths were due to cancer in 2001. ( Trend from 1989-2001 1,514 deaths were due to diabetes in 2000. ( Trend from 1989-2001 27% of Missouri adults smoke in 2000. (
Missouri Saves learning opportunities for missouri families with special on health, nutrition, finances,housing, and human area Consumer family Economics; Environmental http://missourifamilies.org/mosaves/
Extractions: Research shows that there are "savers" and "spenders" in all income classes. While those with modest incomes cannot save as much as the affluent, almost all have the ability to build wealth over time. Through contributions to a workplace retirement program, home purchase, and other savings, during their working years most can accumulate six-figure assets. The goal of the campaign is to convince all Americans that they can build wealth and to assist them in doing so. How to Save and Build Wealth Small Amounts Add Up Saving and Investing Using Credit Wisely Managing Debt ... Homebuying, maintaining, improving
Extractions: Family friendly survey results. Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Date Submitted/Updated: Mar 2000 Degree? DO Number or % male students: Number or % female students: Total number of medical students: Average age of students: Number or % of students aged over 25 at time of entry: Number or % of students aged over 30 at time of entry: Number or % of students aged over 35 at time of entry: Number or % of married students: Number or % of students with children: unknown Number of % of 'non-traditional' medical students (using schools definition of such): Does the school offer on campus family housing? Yes Does the school offer campus childcare for medical students? For special events Does the school offer a mentoring program for students with children?
Senator Kit Bond affordable housing for families in missouri and nation many older lowincome multifamilyhousing projects throughout and is often not possible for every family. http://bond.senate.gov/press_section/record.cfm?id=218846
Extractions: Historic Preservation Commission Master Preservation Plan Housing Assistance Rehabilitation for target neighborhoods Permit Information Rezoning, special use permits, development permits, etc. Planning and Zoning Commission Duties and members Developing Your Property All the things you need to know about City development requirements Contact the Planning Services Division Planning Services Division The boundaries of the area included in this neighborhood rehabilitation program are: Jefferson Ave. on the north; Fountain St. on the East; Shawnee Parkway (New State Highway 74) on the south; and Sprigg Street to the west. The City and local organizations make home ownership possible . George Doris is a first time homeowner at the age of 70. Application Procedures Applications are to be made at the Planning Services Office in City Hall, 401 Independence St. during regular business hours, which are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you are unable to get to the second floor, please contact us and arrangements will be made to assist you in getting your application completed. The owner must provide the following items in order to complete the application: A copy of the deed to the property. If you have the original, we will make a copy for our records.
The Home Help Application Is Found Below owners and occupants of single or multifamily dwellings HUD and be a first time participantin the program. are defined by the Department of housing and Urban http://www.stpetersmo.net/default.asp?Dept=42&GID=83
St. Louis Area Foodbank | Programs product for both eastern missouri and southwestern through its Transitional HousingProgram by providing one Qualifications Any family or individual leaving a http://stlfoodbank.org/programs.html
Extractions: Funding for this project was provided in whole by the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH). The Missouri Foundation for Health is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities it serves. According to the Missouri Revised Statute, "Hunger is the lack of sufficient nutritious food to maintain health or morale or achieve optimal human potential." The Foodbank helps alleviate hunger by providing food. Now, with the help of MFH, we will be able to provide educational materials, workshops, and information to the Foodbanks Missouri member agencies and their clients. By going the extra mile, the Foodbank hopes to help the 62,000 Missourians currently being served who have never applied for food stamps. Click here to learn more about H.O.P.E.
HOMELESS: Shelters & Programs Louis Sunshine Mission; missouri, West Plains Samaritan Jervay Place Lowincomehousing; OHIO, Cincinnati OREGON, Eugene First Place family Center; OREGON http://csf.colorado.edu/homeless/shelters.html
Extractions: Shelter and Program Information from CSF archives Links to shelter sites: CANADA LUXEMBOURG SWITZERLAND U.K. U.S. NATIONAL: Emergency Food and Shelter Program United Way NATIONAL: HUD Listing of Homeless Assistance Agencies, By State NATIONAL: National Coalition for the Homeless Lists of Shelters by State NATIONAL: Help U.S.A.: Homes, Jobs, and Services NATIONAL: Housing Assistance Council Focus on Rural Housing in the USA NATIONAL: Lois Lannin Homeless Shelters in the U.S., by State NATIONAL: The National Alliance to End Homelessness NATIONAL: The Association of Gospel Missions, By States NATIONAL: The Salvation Army ALABAMA, Birmingham:
Univ Of Missouri Family Practice Site http//www.fcm.missouri.edu Email firstname.lastname@example.org Program Numberof family Practice Centers4 Number of Hospitals for housing Allowance No. http://www.aafp.org/residencies/230930001.html
Domestic Violence Shelters Project Assist/Legal Aid of Western missouri Kansas City MO 64106 Business 816 EducationalCenter on family Violence St. YWCA Transitional housing Program St http://www.sboard.org/SHELTERS/MO.HTM
Extractions: If you have access to this information, please contact us by email addressed to email@example.com Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence Jefferson City MO 65101 (314)634-4161 Belton Victim Advocate Program Belton MO 64012 Business #: 616-331-5522 Tri-County Council Against Domestic Violence Bowling Green MO 63334 Business #: 314-324-2231 Women's Crisis Center of Taney County, Inc. P.O. Box 282 Branson MO 65615 Business #: 417-335-3197 Hotline/Crisis: 417-335-3197 Citizens Against Domestic Violence P.O. Box 673 Camdenton MO 65020 Business #: 314-346-2633 Safe House for Women, Inc. P.O. Box 1167 Cape Girardeau MO 63702 Business #: 314-335-7745 Hotline/Crisis: 314-651-1614 Prison: Patch P.O. Box 37 Cedar City MO 65022 Business #: 314-251-4748 YWCA Women's Resource Center Clayton MO 63105 Business #: 314-726-6665 The Shelter P.O. Box 1367 Columbia MO 65205 Business #: 314-875-1369 Hotline/Crisis: 314-875-1370 Toll Free #: (800)548-2480
The Facts 2003 | University Of Missouri System pay the same fees as missouri residents to professional schools and certain otherprograms, different fees halls, $5,140/academic year; family housing, $325535 http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/about/facts/
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Announcements missouri and accredited by the missouri Accreditation of with dwindling resourcesfor affordable housing, drove LFCS will start with a fourfamily complex that http://www.lfcsmo.org/announcements.html
Extractions: Elm Point Ea rly Childhood Center located in St. Charles has OPENINGS for children 2-5 years old. Elm Point provides affordable, accessible, quality childcare, family education and assistance to families in need of child care. Elm Point is licensed by the M issouri Department of Health to provide child care, preschool, and after school services to 148 children, ages six weeks to twelve years of age. The Council on Accreditation accredits Elm Point. Additionally, Elm Point offers a kindergarten readiness program. On Friday, June 11th at 10:00 a.m. teachers of Hilltop Child Development Center, as well as friends and family are invited to attend the pre-kindergarten graduation a t the Greater Penocostal Church in St. Louis. Following the ceremony the graduates and their family are invited to join the rest of the Hilltop Child Development Center students and staff for their annual picnic at Bon Oaks Park. Contact Catherine Richardson for more information at 314-389-1001. Statistics predict that half of the 2.8 million weddings performed in this country each year will end in divorce. LFCS counseling department is putting together a new marriage preparation program, called RICHES, with hopes to reduce the divorce rate for those couples who participate. The first session began in February.