Residence Life: Georgia Tech Housing Married and family. Residence Halls. programs georgia Tech Department of housing understands that students with families have special needs. The Office of family housing http://www.housing.gatech.edu/reslife/marandfam.cfm
Extractions: The Georgia Tech Department of Housing understands that students with families have special needs. The Office of Family Housing seeks to provide Comfortable, Safe, and Secure family housing units for students, their spouses, and their children. A student's primary concern should be academic achievement. Georgia Tech tries to take some of the worry out of providing a good home for your family while you are pursing a degree. Georgia Institute of Technology
Division Of Family And Children Services Viewing Cobb family Resources Shortterm housing Program. Other programs Emergency Shelter 60 mi. georgia Baptist Childrens Home and family Ministries - Children's Emergency http://www2.state.ga.us/departments/dhr/dfcs.html
Extractions: The plan outlines the vision for child welfare reform in Georgia, the principles and goals of child welfare practice in Georgia and the corresponding major statewide initiatives. As revisions are made to the plan, updated versions will be placed on the web site. DFCS 2002 Statistical Information now available
RHS Home Page Single family housing programs. USDA, Rural Development provides home ownership loansin rural areas of georgia to verylow, low, and moderate income families. http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/ga/rhs.htm
Extractions: email@example.com USDA, Rural Development provides home ownership loans in rural areas of Georgia to very-low, low, and moderate income families. The various programs offered enable us to assist numerouls individuals and families who would normally be unable to obtain the necessary financing for the purchase or repair of their home. Please take the opportunity to view the different programs we have available. The office which serves the area in which you wish to live can also be found from the list to the left. Revised on: January 30, 2001
2001 Accomplishments Page Rural Development . georgia. georgia programs. Rural Business-Cooperative. Service programs. Community programs. Single family housing. programs. Multi-family housing. programs http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/GA/Accomp01.htm
Extractions: or suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Fiscal Year 2001 saw Rural Development's financial investment exceed $200,000,000 in the State of Georgia. The information that follows will provide you with a brief description of the program type, the dollar outlay, and the estimated number of people helped. Guaranteed Home Ownership Loans 538 Families Assisted Direct Home Ownership Loans 432 Families Assisted Home Repair Loans and Grants 387 Families Assisted Rural Rental Housing Loans (direct) 60 New Rental Units Rural Rental Housing Loans (guaranteed) 502 New Rental Units Rural Housing Rehabilitation Loans 102 Units Rental Assistance Payments 7,000 Rental Units Water and Waste Loans and Grants 21,185 Users in 15 Communities
1998 Accomplishments Page Rural Development . georgia. georgia programs. Rural Business-Cooperative. Service programs. Community programs. Single family housing. programs. Multi-family housing. programs http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/ga/accomp98.htm
Extractions: or suggestions to: email@example.com Fiscal Year '98 saw Rural Development's financial investment exceed $200,000,000 in the State of Georgia. The information that follows will provide you with a brief description of the program type, the dollar outlay, and the estimated number of people helped. Guaranteed Home Ownership Loans 1,314 Families Direct Home Ownership Loans 337 Families Leveraged Home Ownership Loans 124 Families Home Repair Loans and Grants 308 Families Self-Help Housing Loans 3 Families Rural Rental Housing Loans 66 New Rental Units Rural Housing Rehabilitation Loans 82 Units Rehabilitated Rental Assistance 56 Rental Units Water and Waste Loans and Grants 8,065 Users in 12 Communities
Residence Life: Georgia Tech Housing So, from petting zoos and pony rides to programs designed to support families, youcan count on family housing to help you and your family get used to Tech. http://www.housing.gatech.edu/reslife/marandfam_programs.cfm
Extractions: Family Housing Staff strive to provide opportunities for our students to learn, relax and enjoy the community. From play groups and cooking groups, to cookouts and yard sales you never know what the hard working Resident Managers will come up with next. In fact, this year, the American Holiday Celebrations Party received a regional award for its educational components. Don't be surprised if you come home one day and see a petting zoo and pony rides! But our programs are not all fun and games. Being the spouse of a Tech student comes with its own unique challenges. By working with other departments on campus including the counseling center, and Office of International Education (OIE) we are able to provide a weekly spouse support group and other programs. Adjusting to having a spouse in college can be hard enough, imagine if you are from a different country. Programs on American Holiday Traditions, American Culture and Communicating in the States help our International community. So, from petting zoos and pony rides to programs designed to support families, you can count on family housing to help you and your family get used to Tech.
Assignments: Georgia Tech Housing fulltime, registered students at georgia Tech progressing toward the completion in family housing after completing their degree programs. All family housing residents must be http://www.housing.gatech.edu/assignments/marandfam_eligibility.cfm
Extractions: Eligibility All Family housing applicants must be, at the time of occupancy, full-time, registered students at Georgia Tech progressing toward the completion of a degree program. Postdoctoral fellows, researchers, and scientists are not eligible for assignment. Current students are not eligible for continued residency in Family Housing after completing their degree programs. All family housing residents must be an undergraduate or graduate married student couples with or without children. Single student parents living full time with dependent children and single graduate students may also qualify for Family Housing. However, married students are given assignment priority over single students. Single graduate students or older undergraduate students are eligible to apply only for Efficiency or Studio apartments. Families with more than four children cannot be accommodated. The student, spouse, and children must all jointly occupy the assigned unit for a minimum for 20 days each month. Children listed on the application must be physically present at the time of occupancy. Housing is provided for the student, spouse, and children only. Guests are permitted, but their stay must be limited to no more than a two-week period. Single graduate students may not share an apartment with another person. Subleases are not permitted within Family Housing.
Housing georgia's comprehensive housing program administered by the georgia Department of separateprogram from the Single and Multifamily housing programs, which are http://www.dca.state.ga.us/housing/rental.html
Extractions: Program Description The Rental Assistance Housing Program is part of Georgia's comprehensive housing program administered by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA). This program is funded under the Section 8 U.S. Housing and Urban Development guidelines and applies strictly to rental housing for low income persons. It is an entirely separate program from the Single and Multi-Family Housing Programs, which are also administered by the Department of Community Affairs. Rental Assistance Program The Rental Assistance Program is a tenant-based assistance program that assists extremely low and very low income individuals and families rent safe, decent, and sanitary dwelling units in the private rental market. The program was created by the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 and is funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). It is known as the Section 8 Program, and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs administers the Section 8 Housing Choice component of the program. The goals of the Section 8 Housing Choice Program are to: provide improved living conditions for low income persons while maintaining their rent payments at an affordable level promote freedom of housing choice and integrate lower income and minority persons into mainstream society;
Extractions: This page is part of GAHSC's Referral Central. This is not a home page. ReferralCentral.info Free Text Search: Welcome About Feedback Browse ... Tools Viewing: Cobb Family Resources Other Programs Nearby Similar Programs: Cobb Family Resources - Mentoring Program In Marietta Cobb County Children's Center - Another Chance- Marietta Location 3 mi. Oak Hill (Fulton County DFCS) - Oak Hill (Fulton County DFCS) DFCS Group Home 21 mi. Girls and Boys Town of Georgia - Girls and Boystown Girls' Emergency Shelter- Main Office 25 mi. Other Similar Programs: Alcove, The - Emergency Shelter 60 mi. Athens Regional Attention Home - GEMS Georgia Emergency Shelter Network 82 mi. Greenbriar Children's Center - Emergency Shelter 273 mi.
CPD - HIV/AIDS Housing - HOPWA Programs In Georgia - HUD permanent housing sponsor for persons living with HIV; and Comprehensive Addiction Recovery programs of georgia, Inc. this project, 79 family members received housing assistance. http://www.hud.gov/offices/cpd/aidshousing/allocandapprop/execsummary/georgia.cf
AAFCS: Educational Programs either Consumer and family Economics or housing within a FCSALCFCS-ALC College offamily and Consumer Sciences The University of georgia, Dawson Hall http://www.aafcs.org/education/educational.html
Extractions: The College of Human Ecology invites applications for its 2001 Dean's Fellowship in the History of Home Economics and Human Nutrition. One award of $3,500 is available for a summer or sabbatical residency of six continuous weeks to utilize the resources available from the college and the Cornell University Library. At the conclusion of the residency the fellowship recipient is asked to provide a brief final report to the dean, including a bibliography of research pursued, and preservation recommendations for pertinent library and archival holdings. A seminar or public lecture on the fellowship research is requested. Research projects should be intended for publication. Full application information is available on this site. The New York State College of Human Ecology is respected throughout the country for its incisive scholarship and pioneering work in four aspects of life and society: nutrition and health, environmental design and technology, economic and social well-being, and human development. The 1991 national conference, "Rethinking Women and Home Economics in the Twentieth Century," sponsored by the college, generated recognition of the need to encourage research in the history of home economics and nutrition. As a result, the fellowship was established and is continued by the Dean of the College of Human Ecology. Form more information visit the College of Human Ecology website
Local Programs S,MC,MC/c. Atlanta, georgia. S,MC, Married Couples. MC/c. Married Couples with Children.HOMES. You will be the guest of a family during the CIH period. GROUP housing. http://www.christmasih.org/frames_local_programs3.htm
Extractions: Click on a state (or the list below) to learn more about CIH programs available in that state. You may also request a plain text version of all program descriptions by sending a message to Programs@ChristmasIH.org and placing the word BROCHURE in the subject line. Local programs run from December 20, 2000 to January 2, 2002 unless otherwise indicated. Sign up for our mailing list to receive automatic notification of changes. Home Stay Programs Group Housing Programs Birmingham, AL S Jacksonville, Florida S Mobile, Alabama S St Petersburg, Florida S,MC Tucson, Arizona S Marietta, Georgia S(W) Mena, Arkansas S,MC,MC/c Charlotte, North Carolina S Oakland, Florida S(W) San Antonio, Texas S Sarasota, Florida(Presbyterian) S,MC Harpers Ferry, WV S Sarasota, Florida (Mennonite) S,MC,MC/c Atlanta, Georgia S,MC Chicago, Illinois S,MC,MC/c Shipshewana, Indiana S,MC,MC/c Paducah, Kentucky S Gaithersburg, Maryland S Melrose, Massachusetts S Grand Rapids, Michigan S,MC Festus, Missouri
Georgia Programs Group housing, International Night, meet the Mayor, ice skating and/or roller blading,CNN Talk Back Live, to days with a host family. Other georgia programs. http://www.christmasih.org/frames_local_ga.htm
Extractions: Atlanta, GA Homes S,MC Several Atlanta churches have joined together to welcome you into our homes as friends. You will live with two American familiesfirst week, December 20-25 with one family and December 26 - January 2 with another family. We offer you warm Southern family hospitality as well as the opportunity to participate in daily group activities. Atlanta is a very modern city with an international flavor. You may visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center, meet Atlanta's mayor or visit Stone Mountain, the world's largest monolith, tour a television station, the Georgia State Capitol, the Governor's Mansion or the Carter Presidential Library and Underground Atlanta . Tours will also be planned to view the various sites where the 1996 Atlanta Olympics were held. Many cultural and sporting events are always available. Most of all we want to meet you, learn about your country, your interests and be your friends during the Holiday. The weather varies from mild to cold during the Christmas Season. Come, we'll welcome you.
NHLP: Housing Law Bulletin Regarding HUDs housing programs Part 2, Mar96. FY 1999 Funding Process forRural housing Underway, Jul-98. georgia RHS Single-family Borrowers Invoke 1977 http://www.nhlp.org/html/hlb/indxhomeownership.htm
Extractions: Court of Appeals Reverses Order to Revive Assignment Program Sep-99 Court Orders HUD to Revive Single-Family Assignment Program or to Devise an Equivalent One Apr-98 Emerging Legal Issues Regarding HUDs Housing Programs Part 2 Mar-96 FY 1999 Funding Process for Rural Housing Underway Jul-98 Georgia RHS Single-Family Borrowers Invoke 1977 Consent Decree to Halt Foreclosures and Obtain Additional Loan Servicing Oct/Nov 98 H.R. 2406 Calls for Repeal of the 1937 Housing Act Oct-95 High Delinquency Rate in RHS Single-Family Housing Program Raises Issues About Adequacy of Centralized Loan Servicing May-98 House Introduces Low-Income Housing Program Changes Jan-97 Housing Authorizing Bill Passes Senate Floor Oct-97 Housing Availability Curtailed by Continuing Resolution: HUD Issues Implementing Guidance Feb-96 FY 1996 HUD Appropriations Act (H.R. 3019) Contains Important Substantive Changes
Extractions: (912) 924-6541 fax There's a reason why Habitat for Humanity's new headquarters on a residential street corner in a rather modest neighborhood of Americus, Georgia, looks a lot like a modern townhouse development: It was planned that way. "If we ever outgrow this building and build another headquarters," explained Mark Lassman-Eul, "We can easily turn this one into housing for people." A simple thing, perhaps, but it says much about Habitat, a world-wide program that started with a simple idea and that, sometime this April, will turn over to a Georgia family the 20,000th housing unit it has built or facilitated in the United States and world-wide. The "Habitat model," which by its example has also inspired many more independent low-income housing programs around the country, is based on very simple premises: It takes what its organizers call a "two-pronged approach," seeking cash and help from affluent supporters and the participation of low-income beneficiaries to build decent, low-cost housing, without government participation, as a consciously Christian ministry that bears witness by work, not evangelism. Although Habitat directly funds a few projects, mostly overseas, it primarily spreads its efforts through "affiliation," lending its name and technical advice to independent, community-based non-profit groups that adopt, and sometimes considerably adapt, its model to suit local housing needs and opportunities.
Housing goals, the Services funded their housing programs and developed at Marine Corps LogisticsBase, Albany, georgia. control of the family housing Improvement Fund http://www.defenselink.mil/prhome/housing.html
Extractions: Two Navy projects totaling 589 town house units, at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, and at Naval Station Everett, Washington, were completed in 1997. Service members and their families are now living in their new homes. In 1998, the Air Force awarded a project at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The company that was awarded this project will design, construct, own, operate, and manage 420 new units of rental housing to serve enlisted families at the base. DoD is evaluating proposals for an up to 160 housing unit project at Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Georgia. The Department projects that the Services will issue more than 30 additional requests for proposals and requests for qualifications by the end of 1999. The Services will continue to nominate more sites each year. In 1996, OSD established the Housing Revitalization Office to help establish this privatization program. With a solid foundation in place in 1998, OSD returned to its traditional program oversight role while maintaining control of the Family Housing Improvement Fund. Program implementation from project development to execution is the responsibility of the Services. This effort responds to DRI Goal 6B - To privatize 30,000 military housing units by FY 2000. -Return to ASD/FMP -Return to DASD/MCFP
IATP Georgia Access and Training Program in georgia, purposes/ intensive English communications/special programs/ housing; place/ learn /calendar/ family questions answers http://www.iatp.org.ge/recources.html?lang=en&page=enseclang
Telamon Corporation Programs List georgia Head Migrant Start, East Coast Migrant Head Start family Loan Fund, VirginiaSingle family Loan Fund. West Virginia SelfHelp housing, WV Rural Development. http://www.telamon.org/Programs/programListing.asp
Extractions: Home About Telamon Programs In Your State ... Got Links? Name of the Program Funding Source Farmworker Youth Program South Carolina U.S. Department of Labor Farmworker Youth Program - North Carolina U.S. Department of Labor Farmworker Youth Program - Georgia U.S. Department of Labor Farmworker Youth Program - Virginia U.S. Department of Labor Farmworker Youth Program - Michigan U.S. Department of Labor Farmworker Youth Program - Indiana MET. Inc South Boston WIA Youth Project - Virginia South Center Employment /Training Consortium Child Labor Demonstration Project: S.A.V.E Rural Opportunities, Inc. South Carolina Youth employment Project United Way North Central Indiana WIA Youth Program Workforce Development Strategies, Inc South Carolina Youthbuild Program U.S Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Name of the Program Funding Source North Carolina Migrant Head Start East Coast Migrant Head Start Project Delaware Migrant Head Start East Coast Migrant Head Start Project Georgia Head Migrant Start East Coast Migrant Head Start Project Michigan Head Migrant Start U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
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Extractions: The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences offers both graduate and undergraduate courses of study. It has a mission to provide quality instructional programs which produce graduates with marketable competencies and a cognitive base for consumer problem solving and professional practice. Graduates enhance the well-being of individuals and families within theenvironments where they function. This academic program is accredited by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences .