The Plymouth Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) provides funding through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program to a variety of non-profit social service agencies working in our community. The HRA is currently working with the programs listed below.
- Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County (CAP-HC)
CAP-HC provides homeownership counseling such as first time homebuyer training workshops, mortgage foreclosure counseling, housing rehabilitation counseling, reverse mortgage counseling and weatherization assistance.
- Hammer Residences, Inc.
Hammer Residences provides residential support through affordable housing and in-home care to adults with developmental disabilities. These individuals live in group homes or apartments that provide accessibility, security and safety.
- HOME Line
HOME Line assists Plymouth households through its tenant hotline, tenant representation in landlord/tenant negotiations and tenant organizing to preserve affordable housing.
- Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP)
IOCP's Project Success helps homeless and imminently homeless families achieve housing stability. Ths is accomplished through rent support, emergency assistance, case management and employment services.
- People Responding In Social Ministry (PRISM)
PRISM's Homelessness Prevention program provides assistance to families in financial crisis to help maintain stable housing. PRISM also provides wraparound services such as financial literacy education, counseling, and transportation.
- Senior Community Services (SCS)
SCS assists seniors with outdoor maintenance (snow removal, lawn mowing, painting, etc.) through its Household and Outside Maintenance for Elderly (H.O.M.E) program.
TreeHouse offers services year-round without charge to participating households and youth. These services include weekly support groups and one-to-one mentoring relationships.
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