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- Homeownershipo -Federal Mortgage Programs and Homeownership Assistance
The Office of Homeownership established a new program designed to assist first time home buyers. The program, the Community Development Block Grant Program, can give qualified first time home buyer $5,000 toward down payment and settlement expenses. Who is eligible?
- Rehab -Accessible Homes For Seniors
This program is a project of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development in partnership with the Maryland Department of Aging. Its purpose is to promote accessibility-related improvements to the homes of seniors. Who is eligible? Households below 80% of Maryland state median income levels (see chart below).
- Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center
Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center initiative provides programs and services to residents of East Baltimore that includes Perkins Homes, Pleasant View Gardens, Fayette Street corridor, and McElderry Park communities. Who is eligible? Children and youth living in the surrounding public housing communities. What are the benefits? Positive role models
- Orchard Ridge
Project Name: Orchard Ridge Neighborhood: Belair-Edison Address: 4300 Orchard Ridge Blvd. 21213 Description: Baltimore Housing has redeveloped the former failed low-income housing projects into a new rental and for-sale neighborhood that has attracted families from all income groups. The former Freedom Village Apartments consisted of 307-unit FHA-subsidized
- POWER House Community Center
Year-round out-of-school time programming replicates those offered at the Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center, including providing services in five core areas: Education and Career Development, Character and Civic Development, Health and Life Skills, the Arts and Cultural Enrichment, and Health and Wellness. Who is eligible? Adults, children and youth at Perkins Homes and the surrounding
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- Our House Early Head Start Program
Our House is a child-centered, family focused program that provides free comprehensive services, either on-site, in the home or though referrals, to families, targeting parents and their children from birth through age three. The Center provides the following core services: - Infant/toddler program - developmental infant toddler care/assessment; - Parent Education;
- 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,
- Energy Conservation Services
Energy Conservation Services Energy Conservation Services helps low-income households with the installation of energy conservation materials and products to help lower utility bills and help maintain a safer, more comfortable home. What is it? We offer a range of free services to qualified families that include an energy audit, safety testing and repair of heating equipment and the installation of many energy conservation
- Fiscal Operations
It is the mission of the Division of Fiscal Operations to support the operation of Baltimore Housing (HABC and DHCD) through strategic allocation of resources, accurate and timely reporting of accounting transactions, safeguarding of Agency's assets, procurement of goods and services, and sound management for the long-term sustainability of Baltimore's housing
- Rehab -Senior Roof Repair Program
The Senior Roof Repair Program offers loans to homeowners aged 62 and older who need to repair the roofing systems of owner-occupied properties.. Who is eligible? Homeowners aged 62 and older, with property title and deed Citywide households below 50% of the Baltimore City median income levels (see chart below). All homes, including
- Rehab -Maryland Housing Rehabilitation Program
The Maryland Housing Rehabilitation Program is a state-wide program that offers below market-rate rehabilitation loans to correct health safety violations and major system deficiencies (HVAC, furnace, boilers, water heaters, etc.) on owner-occupied properties. Loans up to 110% of property value may be available to moderate-income households.