Community Connection on consumer economics, family finance, family health, housing, parenting, stress Toolsto Use (University of missouri Extension family and Community http://www.communityconnection.org/ccver2/family_info.jsp
Directory Of Ministries Iowa - Missouri Services Provides transportation for family visitors to Louis, missouri 63115 (314)3894804 or fax selected ex-offenders and a transitional housing program. http://www.elca.org/dcs/criminaljus/diro2Im.html
Extractions: The United Way, contracts and grants. Hours: Monday thru Wednesday and Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Thursday 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Services: Individual, family and group therapy; in-home services; services to pregnant and parenting teens; sexual abuse treatment; services to homeless 18 and older, and foster care placement and custody resolution. The Church of the Damascus Road (Prison Congregation)
Extractions: Sherry F. Nelson, Human Development Specialist, Marion County, University Extension After last years devastating tornados, the University Extension Community Emergency Management Program developed tornado warnings in Spanish. For more information, see the website http://outreach.missouri.educemp/
Public Housing Develops New Role facilities have contracts with the University of missouriColumbias be clear ofdebts to any housing authority or than $33,250 a year or a family of three http://www.showmenews.com/2003/OurTown/20030621Ourtp25.asp
Extractions: Still the perfect gift! Home Classified Ads ShowMe Classifieds ShowMe Jobs ShowMe Autos ShowMe Real Estate ... Classified Rates Departments News Business Sports For the Record ... Columnists Special Reports Our Town Special Ad Sections Special Sports Sections Search Archive ... Commercial Printing The Community By JOHN SULLIVAN of the Tribunes staff Published Saturday, June 21, 2003 The Columbia Housing Authority has long offered public housing and Section 8 housing for families and individuals who meet financial or special needs criteria. That role has been expanding as the federally funded agency ventures into offering home ownership opportunities for low-income residents. The first step in that venture led to the failed Wyatt Lane Acres project, which would have built 36 homes valued at $90,000 or more in an existing residential neighborhood. The project would have allowed qualifying tenants to lease the houses with an option to buy after 15 years. Neighborhood opposition helped scuttle the project and fostered doubts among the authoritys board of commissioners about the palatability of such a program amid more traditional forms of home ownership. Board Chairman Marvin Kinney said after the proposed project failed to win approval, "My personal feeling is Columbia is not ready for affordable housing."
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Extractions: Questions? Privacy Site Index Contact Us ... Search Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Information Memorandum U.S. Department of Health and Human Services No. TANF-ACF-IM-99-1 TO: STATE IV-A AGENCIES ADMINISTERING OR SUPERVISING AN APPROVED TANT (IV-A) PROGRAM AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES SUBJECT: The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 8 Welfare-to-Work Rental Voucher Initiative PURPOSE: To provide States and other interested parties with information regarding the housing voucher initiative contained in recent legislation, including the fact that HUD will be developing a competitive solicitation proposal. Further, given the requirement that Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) must develop their proposals in cooperation with TANF and Welfare-to-Work agencies funded by the Department of Labor (DOL), we are encouraging you to cooperate with PHAs in this important initiative. HUD's Section 8 Welfare-to-Work rental vouchers provide an affordability subsidy to families which will support local welfare-to-work activities. Because the rental subsidy follows the family, the Welfare-to-Work rental vouchers will enable families to move to decent housing that is closer to employment and training opportunities or service sites such as day care facilities, without requiring the family to incur an excessive rent burden. Welfare-to-Work rental vouchers could benefit a large portion of families striving to move from dependency to self-sufficientcy, including those that are hardest to serve. Further information on the Welfare-to-Work rental voucher program may be obtained from the Public and Indian Housing and Resource Center at 1-800-955-2232.
Homelessness Provisions - Missouri missouri is contracting with case management providers to offer shelter arrangements,including services to transition families to permanent housing. http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/mo.htm
Extractions: Questions? Privacy Site Index Contact Us ... Search (1) Does the State's TANF program define homelessness? If so, what is the definition? Missouri does not define homelessness for purposes of Temporary Assistance. (2) Does the State keep track of the number of homeless families who receive TANF? If so, what are the most recent data available? Missouri's Temporary Assistance program does not provide for targeted cash benefits to cover the needs of homeless families. (4) Does the State's TANF program provide benefits or services targeted to families who are at-risk of becoming homeless (e.g., payment of a rent arrearage)? Please describe these benefits or services. Missouri is contracting with case management providers to offer structured family assistance in their facilities for families at risk of becoming homeless and for those already homeless. This includes on site shelter, meals and counseling for teen parents, victims of domestic violence and for preventing or ending homelessness.
Building A Better Network 3 organization eligible for state family Development Account regarding partnershipsbetween missouris Community Agencies provided emergency housing to 3,102 http://communityaction.org/Building A Better Network.htm
Extractions: Real support. With a small, but dedicated staff, MACA provides the support needed for Community Action Agencies to be as effective as possible. MACA works to ob tain state and federal funding that directly assists Missourians in climbing out of poverty and strengthening their families. Partnering with other organizations, MACA also advocates for the poor to improve services that help them find and keep jobs, obtain food and shelter and plan for their futures. Real support.
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Extractions: Advocacy and Legal Rights ADA Project Gateway Legal Services (social security issues) [added 3/9/02] Missouri Coalition for Quality Care (long term care concerns) National Resources Aging Boone County Council on Aging Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging ElderWeb - Missouri Mid-East Area Agency on Aging ... National Resources AIDS/HIV Doorways RAIN Inc. (Regional AIDS Interfaith Network) Allergy and Asthma See also Respiratory Disorders National Resources Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Association - Chapters in Missouri National Resources Arthritis Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center Missouri's Regional Arthritis Centers National Resources Arts Very Special Arts Missouri National Resources Assistive Technology ETC - Missouri's Interagency Assistive Technology Short-Term Loan Program Missouri Assistive Technology Project Missouri Technology Center for Special Education University of Missouri - Columbia, Adaptive Computing Technology Center (ACT)
Extractions: Unemployment Rate: Mississippi county, Missouri is located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers in the heart of the nation. It is the eastern most county in the state and is surrounded by 95 miles of Mississippi River frontage. According to the 1990 Census, Mississippi county ' s population experienced an 8.2% decline in population while the state averaged a 4.1% increase in population. The number of housing units declined by 4.6% while the state experienced a growth of 10.6% in housing units. Median value of a home in the county is $27,500 less than the state median home average. Mississippi County's median household income is $15,458, which is $11,213 less than that of the state. Poverty and illiteracy have been endemic to the City of East Prairie as well as in Mississippi County. The communities have agricultural based economies, but there are several small manufacturing firms in the county, each employing a substantial number of workers. The single largest industrial employer in East Prairie is C.B. Forms with 100 employees.
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RHS: Index Section 538 Guaranteed Multifamily housing Loan Program Totals. Thesedata are updated annually. Florida, missouri, South Carolina. http://www.ruralhome.org/rhs/
Extractions: State Data Sheets FY 2004 Rural Housing Obligations through April 30, 2004 * requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click on the icon to download: These data are updated monthly. FmHA/RHS Programs that Construct, Purchase, or Repair Rural Housing Units Inception through FY 2003 These data are updated annually. State Data Sheets FY 2003 Alabama Kentucky North Carolina Washington ... Western Pacific Trust Terr.
Extractions: Neighborhood Housing Services of Kansas City, Missouri, Inc. President and CEO Michael K. Clarke Board President Carlton Fowler Address 5835 Troost, Kansas City, Missouri 64110 Telephone Email Contact email@example.com Date CDC Began Mission / Vision Statement Revitalize and restore designated urban neighborhoods to vibrant areas that attract people who value diversity, historic architecture, security and community Neighborhoods Served Beacon Hills, Center City , Squier Park , Manheim Park , East 49/63, West 49/63, South Hyde Park , North Hyde Park , Longfellow, and the Paseo Corridor. Proudest Achievement NHS is proud of our overall 30-year track record of providing consistent service in our communities related to our mortgage financing for home purchase and home improvement, as well as our single-family home development and renovation work, particularly along the historic Paseo Corridor. NHS has received significant recognition over the past several years for these efforts. Most recently, The Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City , Missouri , awarded a 2003 Cornerstone Award to NHS in recognition of our Historic Paseo Boulevard revitalization effort. Priorities for 2004-2005 Implementation of NHS' Parkway Redevelopment Plan, which was approved Mayor Kay Barnes and the City Council on Jan. 8, 2004 , is one of our top priorities for the next few years. In summary, the seven-year plan includes approximately 120 new single-family homes, 100 fully rehabilitated homes, and 150 fully rehabilitated multi-family apartment units. Additionally, approximately 130 existing low-to-moderate-income homeowners will be provided direct home improvement/renovation assistance. In total, the plan entails an estimated $38 million in residential real estate reinvestment in the heart of Kansas City 's urban core. Redevelopment assistance via the urban renewal provisions of Chapter 99 of the Missouri Revised Statutes, if approved by the City of Kansas City, Missouri, as well as a wide range of public and private financing are a part of this plan.
Extractions: Family and Community Development Division The Family and Community Development Division is responsible for operating the outreach centers in the nine county service area. These centers serve as a central contact point for low-income clients to find available resources and provide direct emergency services. The division has expanded its operations by developing, constructing, and managing multi-family and single-family housing. Apartments are available in Windsor and El Dorado Springs. There are nine houses available for families in Clinton. All units are rent restricted and available for income eligible individuals and families. The Weatherization and Housing Repair programs are also operated within this division. Please call the Family and Community Development Division for more information, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Office Locations County City Phone Bates County Butler Benton County Warsaw Cass County Belton