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1999 PHDEP Program Project Summary -- Texas
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TEXARKANA --- $145,161
A continuation and enhancement of current prevention programs that will provide greater participation for youth and adult residents in combating crime. All developments are included.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PARIS --- $56,745
An enhanced drug related crime prevention program to increase the number of hours of uniformed foot patrol police officers patrol of the developments in marked vehicles. Transportation to the Boys Club and Police Athletic League for PHA youth. Coordination of existing programs and services within the community.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WACO --- $195,527
Intervention programs to halt the cycle of poverty, education and employment that leads to crime, e.g., GED/Literacy/ESL/college, employment training, Family Self-Sufficiency alternatives, and recreation through Boys and Girls Clubs, Camp Fire, Girl Scouts and resident sponsored Neighborhood Nights.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF EL PASO --- $25,000
A comprehensive plan to alleviate crime-related activities through anti-drug programs structured with educational and recreational opportunities for youth and adults.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF BONHAM --- $25,000
Project DETOUR (Drug Elimination through Training Opportunities and Understanding Responsibility) A comprehensive array of programs aimed toward improving education, expanding employment opportunities and increasing economic self reliance. Specifically, Nurses Aid Certification, GED readiness, Computer literacy and Life Skills training.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PLANO --- $25,000
Continue the PRIDE (Positive Resistance to Drug Existence) format in partnership with the Plano Police Department and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County to promote and encourage positive choices for resident families through education and self sufficiency.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAXAHACHIE --- $25,000
Programs to provide additional security and police presence on both housing authority properties. Additional programs implemented through this grant will establish, but not be limited to training a tenant patrol who will work with local law enforcement; establishing drug related training programs for youth; educational opportunities for all residents; family and other support services; economic and educational opportunities for resident adults and youth activities; providing physical improvements to enhance security at all apartments and playgrounds to discourage drug-related activity.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF EL PASO --- $1,283,351
Program utilizes off-duty police officers for crime prevention and to establish Neighborhood Watch Groups; along with a program named COMPADRES which is a prevention and education based program comprised of Learning Centers for youth and adults. Also, included in this program are physical improvements, I, e., wrought iron fencing, lighting, security doors and windows and landscaping to control access and eliminated dark areas.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MONAHANS --- $25,000
Boys and Girls Club activities, e.g., Smart Moves anti-drug program. Additional activities as necessary to establish and maintain a safe, well-educated and motivated youth who can lead to less use of drugs and less crime activity.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ABILENE --- $46,847
A comprehensive and aggressive community partnership program to prevent illegal drug use and it's related criminal activity through "Welfare to Work" programs, tenant educatioin and job training, drug prevention education and mentoring programs for residents from pre-natal to elderly. The program is titled "Residents Empowered For Victory " (REV).
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF ORANGE --- $32,551
To reduce/eliminate drug related crime, establish on-going working relationships with federal, state and local law enforcement, empower residents and increase the quality of life for residents in the community through preventive activities such as education, job skills training and recreation for youth and adult residents.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF SHERMAN --- $65,542
Continue employment of security personnel. Preventive measures through social services programming, which include drug education classes, self-esteem, leadership skills, literacy, computer and employment training.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF COMMERCE --- $42,009
A preventive based holistic approach to reduce/eliminate drug-related activity, i.e., family and supportive services, youth programs (Boys and Girls Club), computer and employment training and remedial education.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS --- $139,442
A continuation of drug prevention programs including employment of off-duty police officers, youth activities, job training and educational programs for youth and adult residents.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ORANGE --- $79,179
To eradicate drugs in all complexes utilizing a comprehensive approach similar to DOJ's Weed and Seed program. The "Weed" portion has been completed and current funding will permit the mid stages to be completed which include social service and welfare to work type activities for adults and youth.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ANTHONY --- $12,500
A two-step comprehensive plan was designed to help alleviate crime and it's related activities. First, to enhance security through off-duty local police officers and the second component of the plan is to provide educational and recreational programs for youth and adults as an alternative to crime and drug related activities. Each step is designed to compliment each other and provide a better environment for the residents. The housing authority units are all scattered, single family units and there are about a total of 121 residents.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF NEW BOSTON --- $43,988
Contracting with the New Boston Police Department for extra patrols and other preventive services, e.g., investigations into drug-related crime, educational opportunities, computer training and economic independence.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO --- $38,270
A comprehensive drug prevention, crime deterrent and security program to attack the problems of drug related crime. The programs include physical improvements, youth activities, drug education and assessment, intervention and treatment on a referral basis. Youth mentoring, peer counseling, sports, DARE/GREAT programs will also be used in additional to multiple partnerships.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF NACOGDOCHES --- $25,000
Computer instruction and Project Alert Drug Prevention Curriculum for children, teens and families. The approach is experimental in nature. It's prime objective is to assist residents in freeing their communities of drugs and crime.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PORT ARTHUR --- $78,299
TOOLS (Taking Over Our Lives) is a program to provide off-duty law enforcement at each site. Educational, work prep opportunities, and drug elimination activities to build community partnerships to assist PHA youth and adults.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF LUBBOCK --- $117,228
An intensive prevention and education strategy that intervenes with the youth at risk for drug use and drug related crimes. Programs for residents to attain self-sufficiency, jobs and job training, utilize off-duty police officers and voluntary resident patrols to combat drug trafficking.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MCKINNEY --- $43,988
Combined strategies for drug prevention, economic development and management practices to eliminate drug abuse and trafficking in and around the developments of Merrit Homes, Lloyd Owens Homes, Cockrell Homes and Newsome Homes. Community Policing methods will be used and include local police officers, PHA staff, local business, resident council members and crime watch organizations. Through the Boys and Girls Club additional education and employment training opportunities for youth and families will be provided.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ODESSA --- $25,000
A comprehensive plan to reduce/eliminate drugs which includes a combination of security patrol services, collaboration with local law enforcement, physical improvements, neighborhood crime watch and other drug prevention initiatives.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF KILLEEN --- $31,891
To combat problems of gang vandalism and burglary, the grant funds will provide for the installation of fencing at the 70 High View apartments which are occupied by 109 mostly elderly and disabled residents. New and upgrading of the current security lighting at both the High View and Moss Rose sites. Also, expand prevention based approach programs to reduce/eliminate drug-related crime which includes educational, motivational and prevention activities.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TEMPLE --- $71,701
Create partnerships with local agencies designed to eliminate rampant drug activities in public housing complexes to provide academic, educational and recreational activities. Law enforcement programs with the police department to continue existence of 4 police mini stations on PHA property.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF DENISON --- $43,988
To continue the security foot patrol and programs to reduce the use of drugs.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, --- $126,686
Drug awareness programs and self sufficiency consisting of strategies that involve the community, PHA, residents and police department.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF DALLAS, --- $943,545
Focus on developing safe neighborhoods and strengthening families through continuation of activities at 25 developments which includes The Family Leadership Institute, the Young Olympians Sports program, Resident Services Assistants, Operation Stay-In-School, HOOPS (Helping Ourselves to Opportunities toward Progress and Self-Sufficiency), Resident Assistance Program, Gang Prevention and Home Study Centers.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF FORT WORTH, --- $304,178
A Safety and Crime Management Program which includes employing on-site security patrols and off-duty police officers, utilizing the City's Crime/Drug Hotline for reporting crime, administering the Motor Vehicle Enforcement/Registration Program and participating in collaborative law enforcement initiatives and conducting investigations. Expanding this program to include economic development and self-sufficiency initiatives, education, positive recreational programming, counseling and community maintenance activities. Also, recruiting and training resident patrols and crime watch activities.
Ladonia Housing Authority Field Office Amount: $10,000.00 State: Texas PROJECT SUMMARY: DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE TODAY FROM THE HOUSING AUTHORITY. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED ON THE HUD WEB IN COMING DAYS.
Content Archived: January 20, 2009
Content Archived: January 20, 2009