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Expansion of Individual Choice and Agency Access to Resources

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These activities help increase the access of lower income households to housing and business development resources through the provision of information and other non-monetary resources, or increase the capacity of community groups to improve such services. They include activities to provide housing counseling and to improve the skills and credibility of low-income renters to strengthen their search and negotiation skills as part of the City's overall Fair Housing strategies. These activities address Objective N in the Five-Year Plan and generally assist households with very low incomes in the under 30% of median range.

Funds will be targeted to the operating costs of activities which provide information or other non-monetary resources to low and moderate income persons, such as housing counseling, training, or mediation.

The 2005 target goals are to co-sponsor (with other units of the Department) one Citywide conference of neighborhood associations, and publish one compendium of neighborhood association self-help activities and resources. Benchmark measures include the existence of viable neighborhood associations in every area of the City and progress toward the City's fair share goals.

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