Our Programs

2013 CDBG Subrecipients - Agencies
The City provides Public Services grants from CDBG funds to qualified non-profit tax exempt organizations. These organizations provide services to low-moderate income persons and households. The CDBG program works to ensure decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses. CDBG is an important tool for helping our local government tackle serious challenges facing our community.

2013 CDBG Public Fund Recipients
Mobile Fair Housing Center - Education
  Housing First - Contiuum of Care Planning
  McKemie Place - Homeless Women's Shelter
  Penelope House - Homeless Women's Shelter
  U J Robinson Memorial Center - Senior Center
  VIA! Senior Citizens Services - Senior Outreach
  Boys & Girls Club - Kiwanis & Public Housing Locations
  Foley Community Service Center - Academic Enrichment
  Dumas Wesley Community Center - Neighborhood Outreach
  Waterfront Rescue Mission - Construction of Homeless Facility
United Methodist Inner City Mission - Community Enrichment 
  Family Counseling Center of Mobile - Consumer Credit Services
  Mobile Association for Retarded Citizens - Work Training Program
  Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy - Services to Low-Mod Income Families

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