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American Planning Association: Policy Guides & Frameworks

The American Planning Association's (APA) policy guides represent the collective thinking of our members on positions of both principle and practice. They represent APA's official position on issues central to building communities of lasting value. Topics include: Climate Change, Energy, Hazard Mitigation, Sustainability, Housing, and more.


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Geography:United States
Resource Type:information source
Subtopic:planning, aging & elderly, homeless, development & smart growth, heritage & historic preservation, housing & real estate, infrastructure & communications, land use & zoning, redevelopment & revitalization, community & public health, disaster preparedness & emergency response, health & health care, agriculture & food systems, transportation, Land Use Planning & Housing, Special Populations, Local Government & Services, Recreation & Health, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:aging, aging in place, planning, clean energy, climate change, environmental quality, food systems, energy efficiency, energy, waste management, housing, hazard mitigation, health, historic preservation, homelessness, redevelopment, security, smart growth, development, transportation, water
Telephone:202-872-0611
Link:webpage

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program-Wyoming

Wyoming is given broad authority to design and structure a program to meet local community and economic development needs. However, any project funded with CDBG funds must meet one of three U.S. Housing and Urban Development-imposed national objectives. 1 .Benefit to low- and moderate-income families; 2. Elimination of slums and blight; 3. Projects which meet an urgent community development need that pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community.


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Geography:Wyoming
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:low-income, rural community issues & solutions, housing & real estate, funding & financing, community & public health, redevelopment & revitalization, economic development, Special Populations, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities, Local Government & Services,
Tags:fair housing, housing, funding, public health, health, redevelopment, revitalization, economic development, grants
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Link:webpage

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program-Montana

In partnership with local governments and a host of stakeholders, the Montana Department of Commerce administers CDBG funds on behalf of the State of Montana. Under the State CDBG Program, states award grants to cities, towns, and counties to develop and preserve decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create and retain jobs.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:low-income, rural community issues & solutions, housing & real estate, funding & financing, community & public health, redevelopment & revitalization, employment & workforce, Special Populations, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities, Local Government & Services,
Tags:fair housing, housing, funding, public health, health, redevelopment, revitalization, jobs, grants
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Link:webpage

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program-Idaho

The program is administered by Idaho Commerce with funds received annually from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. ICDBG funds are used to construct projects that benefit low and moderate-income persons, help prevent or eliminate slum and blight conditions, or solve catastrophic health and safety threats in local areas.


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Geography:Idaho
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:low-income, rural community issues & solutions, housing & real estate, funding & financing, community & public health, redevelopment & revitalization, Special Populations, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities, Local Government & Services,
Tags:fair housing, housing, funding, public health, health, redevelopment, revitalization, grants
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Link:webpage

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development: Rural Gateway Housing Resources

HUD hosts the "Rural Housing and Economic Development Resources" page which provides funding summaries and case studies for users to learn more about rural housing funding opportunities and the experiences of other rural housing developers.


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Geography:United States
Resource Type:information source, funding resource
Subtopic:low-income, rural community issues & solutions, housing & real estate, funding & financing, Special Populations, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:funding, housing, affordable housing
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Link:webpage

Family Connections of Montana

Family Connection's mission is to promote early care and education for all children by helping families find and pay for child care, and helping child care providers meet their professional development goals.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, funding resource
Subtopic:children & families, social services & programs, education & schools, Special Populations, Local Government & Services,
Tags:education, child care, educational support, family
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Link:webpage

Foster Foundation

The Foster Foundation is a family philanthropic organization that works to advance the quality of life for present and future Pacific Northwest generations. The Foster Foundation supports programs including building/renovation, equipment, matching/challenge support, program development, research, scholarship funds, and seed money.


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Geography:Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:funding & financing, rural community issues & solutions, philanthropy, community & capacity development, housing & real estate, community & public health, organizational development & assistance, youth (including at-risk and special needs), low-income, children & families, aging & elderly, homeless, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Local Government & Services, Special Populations,
Tags:community development philanthropy, funding, workforce training, arts and culture, housing, grants, health, community development
Telephone:206-726-1815
Link:webpage

Habitat for Humanity, The Heart of Wyoming, Inc.

Habitat for Humanity, The Heart of Wyoming, is a nonprofit housing organization that brings people together to build homes and communities. People partner with Habitat for Humanity to build a place they call their own. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.


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Geography:Wyoming
Resource Type:information source, organization
Subtopic:low-income, housing & real estate, rural community issues & solutions, urban issues & solutions, volunteers & community service, Special Populations, Land Use Planning & Housing, Community Building,
Tags:housing, affordable housing, funding, volunteer, community development philanthropy, low-income
Telephone:307-234-1348
Link:webpage

Housing Assistance Council

The Housing Assistance Council assists in the development of both single- and multi-family homes and promotes homeownership for working low-income rural families. HAC offers services to public, nonprofit, and private organizations throughout the rural United States and maintains a special focus on high-need groups and regions, such as: Indian country, the Mississippi Delta, farmworkers, the Southwest border colonias, and Appalachia.


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Geography:United States
Resource Type:technical assistance
Subtopic:housing & real estate, low-income, Land Use Planning & Housing, Special Populations,
Tags:affordable housing, housing
Telephone:202-842-8600
Link:webpage

Montana Head Start Association

Montana Head Start servse children 3 to 5 years of age, and their families with the goal of increasing school readiness of children from low-income families. Head Start provides a range of individualized services in the areas of education and early childhood development; medical, dental, and mental health; nutrition; and parent involvement which are responsive and appropriate to the development, cultural and linguistic heritage and abilities of each enrolled child and family.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, educational resource, organization
Subtopic:children & families, youth (including at-risk and special needs), low-income, education & schools, social services & programs, health services, Local Government & Services, Special Populations,
Tags:family, education, educational support, health, health care, poverty, child care, social services
Telephone:406-443-0620
Link:webpage