Affordable Housing Rehab Program
The Homeowner Emergency Rehab Program (“Rehab Program”) provides emergency
housing assistance to homeowners in HTCC of Montgomery through owner occupied
Emergency Housing Rehabilitation activities. In providing assistance, we are meeting the following locally adopted goals in the use of Community Development Block Grant
Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Assistance is provided through technical assistance
and a deferred loan to finance a rehabilitation contract between the applicant and a private
contractor. Heritage Training and Career Center’s (HTCC) staff are responsible to see that
the applicant’s interests are met. HTCC’s staff person who is most directly involved with
Rehabilitation Program project is the Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Coordinator.
Responsibility for the rehabilitation contract is between the property owner (“Owner”) and
the contractor (“Contractor”) who performs the rehabilitation work.
Assistance provided through Heritage Training & Career Center, J Bailey Construction, LLC and The City of Montgomery
Low Income Housing
We offer services to City of Montgomery, AL
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For Immediate Release January 30, 2017
Contact: Cynthia Brown
(334) 260-6161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency Home Buyer Rehab Program
Montgomery, Ala. — HERITAGE TRAINING AND CAREER CENTER is again accepting applications for critical home repairs to be paid for with funds from its federal CDBG grant from the City of Montgomery. The non-profit agency’s Emergency Home Rehab Program provides funding and project administration services to make limited repairs on owner-occupied homes for low-to-moderate-income homeowners in the City of Montgomery.
Application forms will be made available beginning on February 6, 2017 and until fifty (50) applications have been distributed, or through the end of business on February 16, 2017, whichever occurs first. At that time, the application process will be closed and no more application forms will be released until further notice. Application forms may be picked up at 2249 Congressman W. L. Dickinson Drive, Montgomery, AL 36109, Monday – Friday between 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. ONLY.
Applicants must meet the income limits determined by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as ‘low-to-moderate’ incomes for the area by household size.
The agency will accept completed applications between February 21, 2017 and March 1, 2017. No applications will be accepted after March 1, 2017 at 2:30 PM.
"Consistent with our mission of improving the quality of life for low-to-moderate income families in the City of Montgomery, we are excited to provide this opportunity to maintain decent housing."
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National Women in AG
Alabama- Black Belt Chapter
National Women In Agriculture Association (NWIAA) was founded and established February 2008 by Ms. Tammy Gray-Steele; who is the Executive Director. The organization is headquartered in Oklahoma City, OK. NWIAA is an agriculture outreach, fueled by sisterhood and diversity. NWIAA believes rural minority women have been often neglected; the lack of resources has stagnated rural development. NWIAA is the first minority woman owned and operated organization that provides innovative outreach education that attracts and sustains current and future generations with its innovative, spiritual, and USDA certified education techniques. The NWIAA Mississippi Chapter was established July 2011. The NWIAA Alabama Chapter was established August 2011.
Great things are achieved when adequate resources are coupled with energy, initiative, and perseverance of women in rural and urban communities.
Ms. Steele’s passion to provide the next generation in rural and urban, underserved communities throughout the United States of America, and eventually abroad. NWIAA has attracted local and national attention. Other chapter states include: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Oklahoma (Men In Ag., Youth, and Veteran chapters). Proposed chapters that are being established in 2013 are North Carolina, Florida, New Mexico and California and others are pending.
To empower socially disadvantaged women in rural and urban America to gain available local and federal resources. Our purpose is to educate, develop and provide networking opportunities so that bonds of sisterhood may be created among all women.
For more information, click on: http://www.nwiaa.org/