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A home cannot be separated from its community. The people and places that make up a neighborhood are essential to not only a safe place to live but also an affordable one. Many individual issues that affect a single house, such as blight or foreclosure, also have an impact on the surrounding area and its residents.
The Housing Alliance, working with our community development and revitalization partners, is concerned with providing the resources to work collectively to develop stronger neighborhoods. Programs such as Community Development Block Grants and Main Street and Elm Street programs all work holistically to build stronger, safer communities.
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