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ST Lawrence County Community Development Program, Inc.
1 Commerce LN
Canton, NY 13617
Jerry Snell
(315) 386-1102
housingdir@slccdp.org
www.slccdp.org
ST Lawrence County Housing Council, Inc.
Type: Preservation
19 Main ST
Canton, NY 13617
Michelle Durham
(315) 386-8576
mdurham@slchc.org
www.nocohousing.org

The St. Lawrence County Housing Council, Inc. (SLCHC) serves St. Lawrence County, New York, a rural county the size of the state of Delaware with a population of approximately 111,000 that has one of the lowest median incomes in New York State. Incorporated in 1981, SLCHC, as part of the Rural Preservation Program, has brought grants in excess of $51 million to bear on housing and revitalization needs. In August of 1999, SLCHC became a chartered member of the NeighborWorks Network.

It is SLCHC's vision to assure every resident of the county access to decent and affordable housing in vital and vibrant communities. To that end, SLCHC has four main lines of business: housing preservation, homeownership promotion, property management, and community facilities. Each year, SLCHC typically helps rehabilitate dozens of homes, assists approximately fifty homebuyers in purchasing their first homes, and provides many others with classes and counseling about the home buying process, home maintenance, and financial literacy. SLCHC manages two hundred apartments that mostly serve seniors or persons with disabilities, and works with municipalities and other not-for-profit organizations on a variety of community development projects.

Mohawk Indian Housing Corp.
Type: Preservation
PO Box 402
Council House
Rooseveltown, NY 13683
Mary Jo Terrance
(518) 358-4860
mjterrance@mohawkhousing.org

The Mohawk Indian Housing Corporation (MIHC) owns and operates rental management for 76 units of safe, decent, affordable, subsidized housing targeted for the elderly, handicapped/disabled, low, very low income families, the homeless and families in emergency crisis or facing a housing disaster. Over $3,275,226 in loans and grants were secured to construct three Housing Complexes totaling 78 units of affordable housing with water and sewer system in Rooseveltown. There was a loss of 6 subsidized units from a fire in 1999 leaving 72 units. A $119,963 Grant/Loan was secured in 2015 to replace a two unit emergency Housing Complex with four Emergency/Transitional Housing units in Akwesasne.

Sustainability and upgrade activities include: maintenance, preservation, repairs, rehabilitation, or other improvement of occupied housing to improve the living conditions of our target consumer group. Programs have been developed as core services through partnerships with other organizations to better meet the needs of clients served. Staff provide information and referral to the residents and other members of the community, workshops, training, Lifeline & Safe Link application assistance, preliminary conflict resolution, referral and follow-up to employment, financial, health and educational programs/services, home energy savings, eviction prevention, financial literacy and rental assistance.

Other program include the Emergency Food & Shelter Program, which offers emergency rent and electric assistance payment. The VITA Program, which operates four mornings per week for free tax return preparation. The Transportation Program provides free reliable bus transportation three days per week, year round taking residents shopping, banking, medical drop off or pick up, and scenic excursions. A monthly Activity Program with planned activities to promote socialization and community involvement with congregate meals for holiday, special events, weekly bingo, arts & crafts, cards or movies.


North Country Affordable Housing, Inc.
Type: Preservation
118 Franklin ST
Watertown, NY 13601
Gary Beasley
(315) 785-8684
gary@northcountryaffordablehousing.com
www.northcountryaffordablehousing.com

North Country Affordable Housing, Inc. (NCAH) is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1987. NCAH has been a Rural Preservation Company since 1987 providing affordable housing opportunities for the region's low and moderate income population. The company's service area includes the Fort Drum impact area in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.

NCAH provides affordable rental housing, home improvement assistance and homebuyer assistance. Our main objective has been mobile home replacement activities. These programs help to replace deteriorated housing with new, energy efficient homes.

NCAH assists homeowners through counseling sessions on financial preparedness, credit counseling and regular home maintenance.

In 2002, NCAH received the Empire Award from the NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal in recognition of innovative work providing safe, affordable housing alternatives to Northern New Yorkers.

Association for Neighborhood Rehabilitation Inc.
Type: Preservation
110 Ogden ST
Ogdensburg, NY 13669
Matthew a. George
(315) 393-4610
mgeorge@anrinc.org
www.anrinc.org
ANR’s mission is to assist individuals and families throughout St. Lawrence County to achieve the highest quality of life possible through the provision of housing, support services, community and economic development opportunities.

On June 24, 1977 ANR was incorporated under section 402 of the not-for-profit corporation law. In 1981 ANR became a Rural Preservation Company serving the communities of City of Ogdensburg, Towns and Villages of Lisbon, Madrid, Morristown, Oswegatchie, and Waddington.

ANR has been offering rental units throughout it's service area, these units range from rehabilitated structures to new construction such as ANR's Gaslight Village which consist of 32 units of premier housing located within what could be perceived there own community. St. Peters Square a 515 Rural Development Project providing handicapped accessible housing for the elderly and disabled. Barrett's Mill dilapidated when purchased was renovated for additional housing units. Taylor House which hosts the United States Post Office and additional low income housing units in Waddington. ANR's housing units and programs can be found at www.anrinc.org.

Programs:
Single Room Occupancy Program (SRO): This facility provides a unique community living environment. Residents have the privacy of their bedroom (each room has a dorm style refrigerator) but the ability to mingle with others within the common area or kitchen.

Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted Program (MICA): The program is designed to provide continuum of care to residents who have a history of psychiatric disabilities / substance abuse issues. This is a on site volunteer program with case managers developing participant service plans.

Homelessness Intervention Program (HIP): The HIP program is designed to assist people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The program's goal is to assist individuals and families to obtain long term, decent, safe and affordable housing.

Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program: ANR has multiple programs operating within it's service area designed to assist low income owner occupied homeowners with the necessary repairs to bring the home up to housing quality standards. For 2008 ANR has began installing domestic and hot water heating Solar systems, alternative fuel to further help reduce program participants dependency on fossil fuel.

Quality Community Partnership Program: With the generous donations from Bed Bath & Beyond we have donated over $15,000 in products to needy families. Products ranging from linens to hygiene, our upcoming partnership with the Home Depot Corporation will prove to be yet another valuable asset to this growing program. We anticipate over one million in donated products to be distributed back to local communities.

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What is a weatherization assistance provider?

Weatherization assistance providers can assist eligible homeowners and owners of rental properties with measures to improve energy efficiency, including:

  • an energy audit of the home to identify specific needs;
  • addition of insulation to walls or ceilings;
  • weather-stripping and caulking around doors and windows;
  • cleaning, testing, repairs, or replacement of heating systems;
  • replacement or repair of broken windows and/or outside doors;
  • mitigation of health and safety concerns; in particular assuring that all dwelling units receive smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

Weatherization Services may also include other energy-related improvements such as: water heater repair/replacement, lighting fixture replacement, venting systems, refrigerator replacement, and certain electrical service work.

Weatherization services are available to income-eligible (60% of State median income) individuals who may be either homeowners or renters living in a single-family home, a manufactured/mobile home, or an apartment.

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