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- Civil Rights Laws
The following Civil Rights laws, Executive Orders, and Section 3 Requirements are applicable to the Housing Authority of Baltimore City and the Department of Housing and Community Development: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title I, Section 109 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended
- Pre & Post Occupancy Program
Pre & Post Occupancy Program (POP) is an initiative developed to increase resident- compliance regarding: the HABC lease, community service requirement, unit upkeep and maintenance, as well as, educate/inform residents of self sufficiency programs and support services available to them in Baltimore City. Who is eligible? Public Housing Residents: New public housing
- Service Coordination
The Service Coordination Program is for the provision of a Service Coordinator to coordinate supportive services and other activities designed to help Public Housing residents attain economic and housing self-sufficiency. Services are available in the Brentwood, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Douglass, Perkins, Gilmor, Latrobe, Westport, Allendale, J. Van Story Branch Senior Apartments, Lakeview Towers, Monument East, O'Donnell Heights and
- LIGHT Program
The LIGHT Program believes that residents' health and well-being depend on multiple factors which no one Baltimore City agency or outside organization is able to address on its own. To help Baltimore City residents become more self-sufficient, safer, more stable and healthier in their homes, LIGHT assists residents in obtaining a variety of no- and low-cost services,
- Digital Connectors Youth Training
The Digital Connectors program is a youth computer-training program that includes mentoring and leadership. The program is open to public housing youth ages 14 - 21 years old who are interested in technology and making a difference in the community. Classes are held for two hours a day twice a week at different public housing Neighborhood Network Centers throughout the city. Who is eligible?
- Grants and Resource Development
The mission of the Office of Resident Services' Grants and Resource Development Unit is to provide and maintain resources at a level sufficient to accomplish and further the mission, goals and objectives of the Office of Resident Services and Resident Services Incorporated. As such, it is charged with the task of identifying and securing resources to support the varied activities of the Office of Resident Services.