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Address: P. O. Box 120, Delbarton, WV 25670

Phone: (304) 475-4663

Website: www.mingohousing.com

Services Provided: Homeownership, Housing Counseling, Public Housing, Rehabilitation, Section 8 and a Family Program.

Service Area & Congressional District: Mingo County (#3).

Carewood – Multifamily – $300K:

Number of Units: 4

County & Congressional District Served by Project: Mingo County (#3).

The red building was a former multifamily apartment complex. It housed families throughout the years until the 1990s. It was then condemned and boarded up. The blue building was at one time the former ambulance service for Mingo County. Both buildings were demolished prior to Carewood being built. All contents of the buildings were hauled to a certified landfill that accepted lead and asbestos. Carewood is an apartment complex for homeless, disabled persons and families. It consists of three upper-level apartments, one lower-level apartment, and a large space on the lower level for supportive services. Each apartment has three bedrooms and comes fully furnished with furniture and appliances. An elevator on the side makes it easily accessible for disabled persons. The space on the lower level has been used for supportive services such as the senior citizen center, local organization meetings and supportive meetings for the residents. The building is a wonderful addition to the Town of Delbarton.

Address: Route 2, P. O. Box 142, Lewisburg, WV 24901

Phone: (304) 645-4980

Website: None

Services Provided: Credit Counseling, Development, Education, Loan Packaging and Rehabilitation.

Service Areas & Congressional Districts: Greenbrier (#3), Monroe (#3), Pocahontas (#3) and Summers (#3) Counties.

SARA Fix It! Emergency Funds – Multifamily – $55K:

Number of Units: 10

Counties & Congressional Districts Served by Project: Greenbrier County (#3).

The Trust Fund provided $50,000 toward SARA’s home repair program. SARA repaired over 185 lowincome families’ homes.

 

  1. Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity: Mobile Home Rehabilitation Project; for the costs associated with the rehabilitation of four (4) manufactured housing units in Pendleton County for families 52% and below the MFI; $28K.
  2. Charleston-Kanawha Housing Authority: Main Street Apartments; for the renovation of four (4) units above a renovated commercial space for CKHA in Kanawha County; $50K.
  3. Fairmont-Morgantown Housing Authority: Morgantown Homecoming Program; for the costs associated with the owner-occupied rehabilitation for families at or below 80% the AMI in Preston, Marion, Monongalia and Taylor Counties; $50K.
  4. Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle: Auburndale Development; for predevelopment costs for Phase I of Auburndale Development in Berkeley County, which provides twenty-four (24) single-family homes for low-income families, this loan reduced the infrastructure cost of the development to almost zero and this will result in a lower purchase prince, making the completed homes more affordable; $162,172.
  5. Habitat for Humanity of West Virginia: 7 Units; to provide funding for seven (7) local habitat affiliates located in Cabell, Grant, Kanawha, Lewis, Marion, Upshur and Wayne Counties to complete seven (7) homes for West Virginia families; $70K.
  6. Housing Authority of Mingo County: Carewood; for the construction of an 8,000 square foot building consisting of four (4) accessible units for the handicapped, disabled or homeless families in Mingo County; $300K.
  7. Housing Development Corporation: Artisan Heights; for the construction of a twenty-two (22) unit townhouse rental project in Huntington, Cabell County; $50K.
  8. Safe Housing and Economic Development, Inc.: SHED Single-Family Housing; to provide owner-occupied rehabilitation to families below 60% of the AMI in McDowell and Wyoming Counties; $25K.
  9. Southeastern Appalachian Rural Alliance: SARA Fix-It! Emergency Funds; for the owner-occupied rehabilitation of ten (10) units in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Monroe Counties; $55K.
  10. Telamon Corporation: Inwood Village Self-Help Housing Project; to assist families in Berkeley County in the purchase of affordable lots in the form of ten (10) year loans which reduces the cost by $15,000; $60K.
  11. Worthington Mental Health Services, Inc.: Worthington Reintegration Phase II; for the rehabilitation of three (3) single-family dwellings in Wood County for persons with mental illness that meet the federal definition of homeless; $20K.

Single-Family, Multifamily & Predevelopment Projects

County

Number of Units

Amount

Grant

1

$10,000.00

Marion

2

$22,500.00

Monongalia

1

$12,500.00

Preston

1

$12,500.00

Taylor

1

$12,500.00

Wood

3

$20,000.00

Congressional District #1 Totals:

9

$90,000.00

Berkeley

24

$222,172.00

Kanawha

5

$60,000.00

Lewis

1

$10,000.00

Pendleton

4

$28,000.00

Upshur

1

$10,000.00

Congressional District #2 Totals:

35

$330,172.00

Cabell

23

$60,000.00

Greenbrier

3

$16,500.00

McDowell

3

$15,000.00

Mingo

4

$300,000.00

Monroe

4

$22,000.00

Pocahontas

3

$16,500.00

Wayne

1

$10,000.00

Wyoming

2

$10,000.00

Congressional District #3 Totals:

43

$440,000.00

2009 Funding Allocation Totals:

87

$860.172.00

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