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CDBG - CV Subrecipients

Four organizations have been awarded a combined total of $507,973 to mitigate housing instability as a result of the economic crisis and will use these funds to increase their organization’s ability to provide housing and economic counseling services for Detroit residents impacted and affected by COVID-19.

  • Bridging Communities – Bridging Communities is a grassroots organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for elders in Southwest Detroit ($150,000)
  • Central Detroit Christian – Central Detroit Christian is a non-profit, faith-based organization committed to empowering people, creating positive opportunities for the community and loving our neighbors as ourselves. ($150,000)
  • U-SNAP-BAC – U-SNAP-BAC (United Streets Networking and Planning; Building A Community) was incorporated in 1987 by a consortium of seven (7) neighborhood organizations and four (4) business associations to revitalize the east side of Detroit ($57,973)
  • Jefferson East, Inc. – Jefferson East, Inc. is a multi-service neighborhood organization that serves low-income populations on Detroit's east side and five historic adjoining neighborhoods. ($150,000)

One organization has been awarded a total of $275,000 to provide resources for all seniors (55+) who have been affected or impacted by COVID-19:

  • St. Patrick Senior Center - St. Patrick Senior Center is a comprehensive health and wellness program that provides valuable services including hot and nutritious meals, an excellent health maintenance clinic, and transportation assistance to a diverse population of seniors age 55 and older. ($275,000)

Two organizations have been awarded a combined total of $729,541 to provide free financial counseling and tax preparation services and alleviate financial instability as a result of the economic crisis caused by COVID-19:   

  • Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency - Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving approximately 35,000 low-and moderate-income residents throughout Wayne County. They provide over 60 programs in the areas of Quality Housing, Family Stability and Economic Opportunities ($401,501)
  • Matrix Human Services – Matrix Human Services provides assistance to more than 20,000 people annually by offering essential needs, education, and supportive services that defuse crises, treat individuals and family problems, prevent abuse and neglect. ($328,040)