Grant: $3,000,000 - Department of Housing and Urban Development - Apr. 15, 2009
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Award Description: The program will assist in identification and control lead-based paint hazards in 129 units over a three (3) year period. Eligible units shall be privately owned rental or owner-occupied single or multi-family units. The main area of focus is in three zip codes where children with EBL's have been identified by the local county health department. Two non-profit community organization will assist in providing awareness about lead to families living in the target area.
Project Description: Effective 07/01/09 contracted with two non-profits to assist in outreach, marketing and program enrollment efforts, they are FIRM and Centro La Familia. Working with our Housing partner to create and expand qualified contractor pool for rehab activities. Ran two campaigns with bus wraps and billboards. Training of 18 Code Enforcement Staff for a DHS Inspector/Assessor certification. 3 Staff members attended mandatory New Grantee Training. 38 units are enrolled, 12 units have been evaluated and 12 units are identified with lead hazards. There have been 6 Outreach events held, 2 with Health Providers, 2 with Schools and Parent groups, 1 in the target area and 1 informational citywide.
Jobs Summary: Housing Program Supervisor/Retained - provides Program Management; Management Analyst II/Retained - provides all financial support and program processes; Neighborhood Services Specialist/Retained - provides all outreach efforts and coordination and program processes (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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