social services funding

The HOME-American Rescue Plan Funding Survey is now available online and on paper at the following community center and library locations. The survey will close on Friday, Sept. 16, at 5 p.m.

Community Centers

  • Beulah Senior Citizen Center, 7425 Woodside Dr.
  • Felix Miga Sr. Citizen Center, 904 N. 57th Ave.
  • Lexington Terrace Community Center, 700 S. Old Corry Field Rd.
  • Marie Ella Davis Community Center, 16 Raymond St.
  • Mayfair Community Center, 7. Madison Dr.
  • Brownsville Community Center, 3200 W. DeSoto St.
  • Dorrie Miller Community Center, 2819 N. Miller St.
  • Englewood Community Center (Boys & Girls Club), 2751 N. “H” St.
  • Marie K. Young-Wedgewood Community Center & Park, 6405 Wagner Rd.
  • Ebonwood Community Center, 3511 W. Scott St.
  • Englewood Neighborhood Center, 3511 W. Scott St.
  • Barrineau Park Community Center & Historical Society, 6055 Barrineau Park School Rd.
  • Byrneville Community Center, 1707 County Road 4-A
  • Carver Park Resource Center, 208 Webb St.
  • Molino Community Center & Historical Museum, 6450 Hwy. 95-A
  • Quintette Community Center, 2490 Quintette Ln.
  • Walnut Hill Community Center & Ruritan Club, 7850 Hwy. 97 N
  • Davisville Community Center, 10200 Hwy. 97 N
  • Oak Grove Community Center, 2550 Hwy. 99 N

Libraries

  • Southwest Branch Library, 12248 Gulf Beach Hwy.
  • Pensacola Library, 239 N. Spring St.
  • Westside Branch Library, 1301 W. Gregory St.
  • Tryon Branch Library, 1200 Langley Ave.
  • Genealogy Branch Library, 5740 N. Ninth Ave.
  • Molino Branch Library, 6450-A Hwy.95A N

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 appropriated $5 billion to provide housing, services, and shelter to individuals experiencing homelessness and other vulnerable populations. These funds were allocated by formula to jurisdictions that qualified for funding through the HOME Investment Partnership Program from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This special round of funding is called the “HOME-ARP” program.

In September 2021, the Escambia County, Continuing of Care program (which consists of Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, the City of Pensacola and the City of Milton) was awarded $4.1 million in HOME-ARP funds.

These funds can be used for homelessness assistance and supportive services that primarily benefit qualifying populations as defined in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The HOME-ARP Program is a stand-alone program distinct from the traditional HOME Program.

Visit here for more information on the Escambia County HOME-ARP program.

POSTED BY Admin | Sep, 09, 2022 |
TAGS : HOME-American Rescue Plan homelessness

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