This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

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ModifiedDate
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Organization
Mesila Valley Community of Hope
Category
Housing
Type
Housing Program
Description
"Shelter Plus Care (3 programs): Individual apartments for homeless people with disabilities and their families Abode Permanent Housing: A group home for the chronically homeless Rapid Rehousing (HUD): Subsidized rent to help families stabilize after becoming homeless. Sue’s House: A group residence for up to four chronically homeless women Veterans Housing: Ongoing rental assistance for Veterans at a 22-unit complex with classes and activities five days a week; One-time assistance available to homeless vets for security deposit first month’s rent homeless prevention and utility assistance. MFA RAP Rapid Rehousing The Rental Assistance Program (RAP) provides rapid re-housing assistance to individuals or families who are experiencing homelessness. MFA RAP Homeless Prevention RAP also provides assistance to families who are at risk of becoming homeless. Vets SSVF Rapid Rehousing The SSVF Program helps veteran households (single veterans or veterans and their families) that are currently homeless or at risk of losing their housing. It provides temporary financial assistance and many other services that create stability. Vets SSVF Homeless Prevention Eligibility and prioritization criteria are based on local and when relevant national data to target households at the highest risk of homelessness.  Eligibility criteria include the absence of other housing options financial resources and supports sufficient to prevent or end literal homelessness (i.e. criteria to screen‐in applicants who “but for” the program’s assistance would become or remain literally homeless). As available New Home Set-ups for those in housing programs Furniture Household goods Miscellaneous supplies "
Ranking
0
Phone
575-523-2219
Fax
Email
hope@zianet.com
Link
AddressLine1
999 W Amador Ave Las Cruces NM 88005
AddressLine2
City
Las Cruces
Region
New Mexico
PostalCode
88005
Longitude
-106.78852
Latitude
32.30267
CreatedDate
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
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