This program allows us to purchase or REO's and Rent them back to low to moderate income families that will allow them to become homeowners with in 2 years. Clients that are on Section 8 must have a part time job to enter this program, unless you are Senior Citizen or Disable (under Social Security or Doctor Care). Client that have a child 5 years are younger and/or taking care of a disable person may apply for our housing programs. All other must be approved by the Board of Directors. Please vi
We have been doing this program for 7 years. All clients must have a Full or Part time job or have some form of income coming in. You may not be depending on Section 8 or any government funding to move into any of our properties. All clients that are on Section 8 must have a Part time job or one of the following: 1. Live with a person that depend directly on you to take care of them. 2. Have a child under the age of 4 and living alone. 3. If you are a Senior Citizen 4. If you are Disable and App
PROVIDE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS AFFECTED WITH AIDS
LOW INCOME HOUSING
WILLOW VILLAGE APARTMENTS
low income housing
THIS ORGANIZATION OPERATES 36 UNITS OF GOVERNMENT ASSISTED HOUSING FOR THE VERY LOW- INCOME, ELDERLY PERSONS IN CARRYING OUT ITS EXEMPT PURPOSE
Benefits for providing living quarters
Provided affordable student housing for students of Northwestern State University of Louisiana at Natchitoches.
PROVIDE LOW-COST, HUD- SUBSIDIZED APARTMENT HOUSING TO APPROXIMATELY 25 HANDICAPPED ADULTS
PROVIDE HOUSING ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE MENTALLY CHALLENGED TOTAL UNITS AVAILABLE 21
Managed 80 homes for low income families, referred 73 low income individuals for job training, and referred 57 low income individuals to educational ged training
MAINTAIN AND MANAGE MULTI-FAMILY LOW INCOME HOUSING COMPLEXES.
TO ENGAGE EXCLUSIVELY IN CHARITABLE AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL RESIDENTS OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY;
TO PROMOTE THE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF HOUSING ISSUES, PROVIDE ALTERNATIVES FOR HOUSING FOR PERSONS WHO ARE INDIGENT AND OTHERWISE WOULD BE UNABLE TO AFFORD ADEQUATE HOUSING AND TO WORK TO RELIEVE THE BURDENS OF THE GOVERNMENT IN ITS ATTEMPT TO ALLEVIATE SOCIETAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSTANDARD AND INADEQUATE HOUSING.
The primary mission of Fuller Center NWLA is to provide decent homes for low-income working families living in poverty within the Shreveport-Bossier area, and supporting the process of restoring neighborhoods and strengthening communities.
HOME CONSTRUCTION & REHABILITATION: REHABILITATION OF SUBSTANDARD HOMES IN NORTHWEST LOUISIANA, CONSISTING OF REPAIRS, FRESH PAINT AND REPLACEMENT OF WINDOWS, ROTTON WOODS AND APPLIANCES. CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOUSING FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES. THIS PROGRAM ENCOMPASSES BUILDING NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS. VOLUNTEERS AND PROSPECTIVE HOME OWNERS PARTICIPATE IN THE CONSTRUCTION. ONCE A HOME IS COMPLETED, THE OWNER SIGNS A PROMISSORY NON-INTEREST, 20-YEAR MORTGAGE, PAYA
SURPLUS STORE: CONSISTS OF EXCESS MATERIALS AND OTHER MATERIALS DONATED TO THE CENTER TO BE USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOMES AND SOLD TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, TO SUPPORT THE PRIMARY MISSION OF BUILDING HOMES FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES
HELD MEETINGS WITH CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TRYING TO PASS LEGISLATION BENEFICIAL TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING INDUSTRY. HELD ANNUAL CONFERENCE AGENCIES FOR UP-TO-DATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING INFORMATION.
OCCUPANCY PERCENTAGE FOR TARGETED GROUP WAS OVER 80% FOR THE YEAR AND THE PROJECT CONTINUES TO PROVIDE SAFE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING TO THE ELDERLY IN RURAL NORTHWEST LOUISIANA.
to provide housing for permanent placement of indivduals
TO MAINTAIN A 22-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX, INCLUDING ONE HANDICAP-ACCESSIBLE UNIT, THAT PROVIDES DECENT, SAFE & SANITARY HOUSING TO LOW INCOME ELDERLY TENANTS WHO QUALIFY UNDER THE RURAL ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RULES & REGULATIONS
After-school and Summer program is a source for youth and adolescents to succeed. Services offered by the program include life skills training through an abstinence based curriculum, tutorial and homework assistance,access to technology through hands on computer training, and supportive services through involvement with parents, mentors, and tutors.
NZBC Urban Corp Housing Program provides services for Bossier, Shreveport, and all surrounding areas. Homebuying and Home Maintenance Education, Financial Education (Budgeting, Credit Receovery, Savings and Financial Maintenance), Loss Mitigation Education is available to assist you with all of your housing needs.
21ST CENTURY LEARNING CENTER PROVIDES AFTER SCHOOL TUTORIAL, CULTURAL ENRICHMENT, AND NUTRITION TO TARGETED STUDENTS
CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM PROVIDE MEALS AND SNACKS TO QUALIFYING LOW INCOME CHILDREN AND ADULTS
CHILD CARE, SFSP, OPERATING
HOUSING EDUCATION CDBG PROVIDE HOME BUYER TRAINING AND COUNSELING TO FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS