Mission: Organization was formed to provide low income families of lee county florida with affordable housing by constructing and providing needed resources to such individuals who would not be able to afford such housing for themselves or their families.
Programs: Construction of single family residential homes and rental assistance for qualified low income residents of lee county florida. 31 families or individuals received rental assistance.
organization provides housing counseling, homeless counseling, va counseling, finaincial education and foreclosure prevention services for residents of lee county florida. Over 231 clients received counseling and 25 received foreclosure prevention.
the lchdc housing stabilization program is designed to provide financial assistance to families and individuals, who are residing in lee county fl area, gain or maintain housing stability. This program targets two populations of persons facing housing instability: 1. Families or individuals who are still housed within lee county but are at imminent risk of becoming homeless and; 2. Families or individuals who are already homeless and seeking housing within lee county. This program assistance is not intended to provide long-term support for program participants, and it is not intended to provide all supportive service needs of households that affect housing stability. The program instead is part of a plan made in partnership with the family and other community resources, relying on community resources, agency partners, and mainstream benefits to help households regain stability. The county will utilize grant funding to conduct activities associated with the hsp program. Form of assistance the housing stabilization program funds will be used to provide temporary rental and/or security deposit assistance up to a maximum of 1500 per household for 20 households and is based upon funding availability. The housing stabilization plan plays a primary role in determining the amounts and types of assistance the participant will need to become housed in permanent housing or move toward stability. Any rental housing unit, the rental for which is paid, in whole or in part, with rental assistance received under the housing stabilization program, shall be in compliance with the housing quality standards of the united states department of housing and urban development. 5 families or individuals received utility assistance.