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  1. Housing survey, plan and program: Phase II, functional housing plan and program, Pee Dee Region, South Carolina by Thomas C Hammond, 1974
  2. Three's the charm: a trio of down-and-out neighborhoods is resurrected in Greenville, South Carolina.(development of Freetown, Viola and Woodland-Pearce): An article from: Planning by John Boyanoski, 2005-04-01
  3. Housing survey, plan and program. Pee Dee Region of South Carolina: Phase I. Urban areas and structural conditions survey by Thomas C Hammond, 1973
  4. A cop next door. (police home loan program in Columbia, SC): An article from: Policy Review by Walter Oleksy, 1996-03-01
  5. Report on the "Add-On" Bathroom Demonstration Program Grant #H2007-R by Charles L Sanders, 1974
  6. Rural housing loan programs of the Farmers Home Administration (Real estate monograph) by Arthur E Warner, 1977
  7. A study of the housing needs of the low and moderate income elderly with special attention to the reverse mortgage program by Lewis J Wallace, 1993

1. SC State Housing Authority
Programs. Rental Section 8, Tax Credits, Assistance Other - HOME Program, Housing Trust Fund Broker Program. The South Carolina State

2. SC State Housing Authority
Programs Low Income Housing Tax 2004 South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority All Rights Reserved.

3. USDA Rural Development--South Carolina Housing Programs Page
South Carolina. About us link to information about our programs and services Link to Section 538 Rural Rental Housing Guaranteed Loan Program
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Rural Housing Programs
Rural housing is a major part of the Rural Development mission area and is committed to assisting those families and individuals in South Carolina with their needs for decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing.
Section 502 Program-Insured: A single family housing direct loan program that provides opportunities for very low- and low-income families and individuals to purchase, construct or rehabilitate their own homes with a direct loan from Rural Development. The homeowner's monthly mortgage payment is based on their income. Section 502 Program-Guaranteed: The loan guarantee program provides guarantees to lenders. Lenders may approve loans up to 100 percent of the appraised value for moderate income applicants. An approved lender originates the loan and the agency will guarantee 90 percent of the mortgage. Section 504 Program-Insured Loans and Grants: The loan and grant program can assist qualified very low-income homeowners to make repairs to improve or modernize their home, to make their homes safer and sanitary or to remove health and safety hazards. Grants are available for repairs that remove health or safety hazards to qualified applicants 62 years of age or older.

4. USDA Rural Development Home Page
and Tee Miller as the Rural Development South Carolina State Director. business, cooperative, housing, utilities and community development

5. American Planning Association
materials and instructions for supplementing the programs with two Subscribe. Affordable Housing Reader. APA in China. Directors Network

6. USC Division Of Student Affairs
We provide diverse student development programs and 7774172 . 2004 University of South Carolina Board of

7. USC Portal Template (text)
ALUMNI. PROGRAMS. RESEARCH . HOME MORE INFO UNIVERSITY HOUSING The community of scholars at the University of South Carolina is

8. Welcome To Clemson University
Clemson University in South Carolina.

9. The University Of South Carolina Aiken
Majors and Programs Course Schedules Housing. Pacer Webcams. Digital Viewbook The University of South Carolina Aiken Spring

10. Drug-Susceptible Tuberculosis Outbreak In A State Correctional
Outbreak in a State Correctional Facility Housing HIVInfected Inmates - South Carolina, 19992000 Terry Beirn Community Programs for

11. Phillis Wheatley Association
Services, Greer Area Programs, Mid Hospital System, Greenville Housing 40 John McCarroll Way, Greenville, South Carolina 29607 Electronic

12. South Carolina School Of Dog Grooming:: Dog Grooming School, Dog Grooming Traini
Offers full and refresher programs. Curriculum details, class schedules, and a list of housing options. Located in Irmo.
Licensure indicates only that minimum standards have been met. It is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality. South Carolina School of Dog Grooming, Inc.
10611 Broad River Road Irmo, SC 29063
Office: 803.781.6598 Toll Free: 1.888.814.9822 SC School of Dog Grooming
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Welcome to the South Carolina School of Dog Grooming. This is a profession that not only gives you personal satisfaction, but gives you the opportunity to be on your own. Groomers are needed all over the world. There are many rewarding fields to enter. The pet industry offers pet shops, kennels, veterinarians, grooming shops, suppliers, mobile groomers, dog shows and much more.

13. SC State Housing Authority
The south carolina housing Trust Fund provides financial assistance for the state and/or other housing assistance programs and leverage all other public
Select a Link HOME AUTHORITY -Welcome -Board -Financials -History -Location -Mission -Strategic Plan COUNSELING EXTRANET HUMAN RESOURCES -Employment -Forms -Staff Directory LINKS PARTNERSHIP PRESS ROOM -Calendar -Outreach -Press Releases PROGRAMS -Rental -Homeownership -Other WHAT'S NEW Home Programs Other Housing Trust Fund var MenuLinkedBy='AllWebMenus [2]', awmBN='524'; awmAltUrl=''; Housing Trust Fund 2005 FY Announcements Select Announcement FYA-#1 FYA-#2 FYA-#3 2004 FY Announcements Select Announcement FYA-#6 FYA-#5 FYA-#4 FYA-#3 FYA-#2 FYA-#1 Searchable List of Qualified Nonprofit Sponsors excel format The South Carolina Housing Trust Fund provides financial assistance for the development of safe, decent, sanitary and affordable housing for lower income and very low income households. The Fund strives to maximize the utilization of federal, state and/or other housing assistance programs and leverage all other public and private resources. It seeks to establish a spirit of partnership between government, qualified non-profit sponsors, for-profit sponsors, and those in need of affordable housing. The Housing Trust Fund was passed by the General Assembly in 1992, with bipartisan support, and signed into law as Act 410 by then-Governor Carroll A. Campbell, Jr., on June 2, 1992.

14. USDA Rural Development--South Carolina State Office Information Page
south carolina. About us link to information about our programs and services Link to MultiFamily housing programs Larry D. Floyd, Program Director
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State Office Information
Please contact any Rural Development office for information on available programs and information. Tee Miller, State Director
USDA Rural Development
Strom Thurmond Federal Building
1835 Assembly Street, Room 1007
Columbia, South Carolina, 29201
TTY/TDD: (803) 765-5697

FAX: (803) 765-5633
Administrative Programs
Community Development Program Support Services (Appraisal/Engineering/Environmental) Rural Business-Cooperative Service
  • Rural Business-Cooperative Programs R. Gregg White, Program Director

15. Housing Supports - Section 8 Rental Assistance - South Carolina
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Housing Supports - Section 8 Rental Assistance - South Carolina
The Section 8 Rental Assistance Program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The program provides rent payment subsidy to eligible families or individuals to help them afford market rents and provides greater choice to low-income families in South Carolina. At present, this program operates in the following 10 counties only: Cherokee, Clarendon, Colleton, Dorchester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Spartanburg and Williamsburg Counties. Participants may be individuals or families . Applicants must have a gross income below the current HUD program standard, with income limits based on family size and county of residence. Any person, 18 years or older, or a family with a yearly income lower than the amount set by HUD may be eligible. The following three types of applicants receive priority on the waiting list. All others are based on when they applied: Elderly (62 years or older) who are heads of household, or their spouse.

16. Local HUD Contacts By Program In South Carolina
Directory of HUD program contact info for south carolina. Single Family housing programs in south carolina are handled by the Atlanta Homeownership

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More From HUD If you have questions about buying or renting a home or apartment, contact a housing counseling agency. If you have questions about getting housing vouchers or public housing, contact your local public housing agency
Community Planning and Development (CPD) programs in South Carolina are handled by the CPD Office in Columbia, South Carolina. Louis E. Bradley, CPD Director, (803) 765-5564.

Blueprint to End Homelessness in south carolina SCDMH Consumer housing The housing and Homeless programs of SCDMH provide technical assistance and
State Contact: Michele Murff, Director (803) 898-7767
E-mail: Blueprint to End Homelessness in South Carolina
A Ten Year Plan submitted by the SC Council on Homelessness - November 2004
"We have empirical knowledge that supportive housing works... Supportive housing is cost-effective, it produces positive consumer outcomes, it reduces hospital stays and emergency room visits, and it increases consumer satisfaction." -Ann O'Hara, Networks , National Technical Assistance Newsletter, Fall 1996 issue. The Housing and Homeless Programs of SCDMH provide technical assistance and funding through vendor contracts to organizations, primarily non-profit organizations, that provide housing and services to persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses.
Our mission is to provide people with mental illness the opportunity to live independently in the community of their choice with dignity and respect. The Housing program works in partnership with local mental health centers (see Housing Development Coordinators and Housing Access Coordinators) and interested organizations to fund and develop safe, decent, affordable housing with supportive services for our constituents. Consumers typically have incomes of less than $550 per month, and therefore must receive subsidies to be able to afford standard housing. The program contracts with nonprofit organizations to fund a portion of the total project cost. Other sources of funding for housing include federal dollars (HUD Section 811 program, 14UD Continuum of Care Supportive Housing programs for the Homeless) and State dollars (SC State Housing Trust Fund, State HOME Program). We currently have a strong network of over 40 nonprofit groups State-wide interested in housing development. We limit our funding participation to no more than 50% of the total development cost of a housing project, but in recent years, we have leveraged approximately $5 in other (non-DMH) funds for every $1 in DMH funds. The Housing program also contracts with two technical assistance consultants, MHA in SC/Turnkey Housing and Nehemiah Corporation, to provide the additional field work needed to develop the units.

18. Beaufort, SC Government Information, Beaufort County, South
south carolina State housing Finance and Development Authority Site includes employment opportunities, staff, training programs, grievance and mediation
Site Map Advertise On Beaufort Online Internet Services Of The Low Country Mail Monday, September 26 2005 TOURIST GUIDE CLASSIFIEDS FINANCIAL MOVIES ... YELLOW PAGES Table Of Contents Beaufort Government Links
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South Carolina South Carolina's Homepage South Carolina State Treasurer South Carolina Attorney General South Carolina Government Agencies State of South Carolina Site includes governor, government, education, commerce and tourism, history, health and human services, information services, employment opportunities, state directories. South Carolina Administrative Law Judge Division An independent body of administrative law judges who preside over public hearings involving the promulgation of regulations and decide contested cases and appellate cases. Site includes annual reports, rules of procedure, staff, recent decisions, comments, links. South Carolina Department of Agriculture Oversees the administration of the South Carolina Agricultural Commodities Marketing Act. Site includes history, comments, agribusiness development, small farms program, publications, administrative, consumer and market services, laboratory services, marketing and promotion, directory, staff, news releases, commodity boards, associations, festivals, produce wholesalers, calendar, links.

19. Welcome To South Carolina Other States About Telamon Programs
Our programs and projects in south carolina are targeted to several groups, Our housing programs reach out to various target populations.
Welcome To South Carolina Other States About Telamon Programs Contact Us ... Employee Access Our programs and projects in South Carolina are targeted to several groups, including farmworkers and other low-income residents, children and youth, and non- custodial fathers. Under section 167 of the Workforce Investment Act, Telamon-South Carolina sponsors the National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP). Targeted for services are farmworkers, and their dependents, who seek assistance in stabilizing agricultural employment or in upgrading their educational and job skills in preparation for non-farm work. In addition to supportive services, we offer opportunities to attain school or occupational credentials that increase one's labor market potential. Through agreements with training institutions, private employers and other community resource partners, qualifying program participants can work toward and achieve their employment objectives. See Eligibility Criteria. Our Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) project provides free books to children of migrant farmworkers who come to work in South Carolina's fields. The program emphasizes good reading material appropriate for cultural characteristics, reading level, and the interests of all children. Distribution of the books to the children is assisted by many organizations and groups each summer. Migrant children age 3 through high school are eligible to select books to own. A farmworker youth program, focusing on dropout prevention and completion of high school, offers an array of services toward those objectives. Counseling, career planning, tutorial help and adult mentors are important parts of this project. Participants can learn job and life skills, participate in community projects and broaden their cultural horizons. see

20. Telamon Corporation Housing Program
housing programs operated by Telamon are multifaceted and varied, depending on North carolina Maryland Virginia West Virginia south carolina.
Home About Telamon Programs In Your State ... Employment and Training What are these programs about? Housing programs operated by Telamon are multi-faceted and varied, depending on specific populations targeted, available funding support at the federal and state levels, and the combination of a given program's purpose and design. Our funding sources include federal agencies such as the Departments of Labor (DOL), Agriculture (USDA), Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Energy (DOE). States and some counties provide resources for low-income and elderly populations they target for assistance. Project emphases may include new construction, group home building, mortgage or maintenance counseling, construction skills training, weatherizing or emergency repairs or technical assistance to agencies that want to get involved in local housing assistance programs. What services are provided? Training and technical assistance is provided for multi-family housing projects like USDA's Rural Development Section 515 Rural Rental Program, Section 514-516 Farm Labor Housing Programs; and HUD's Home Investment Partnership Program. Single- family home construction assistance is provided through USDA's Rural Development Section 502 or Section 523 Self-Help programs; and rehabilitation or weatherization assistance is provided through the Section 504 Repair Program and the Section 523 Housing Preservation Grant Program. Rehabilitation projects are also supported by Community Development Block Grants, DOE's weatherization assistance programs state housing development and finance agencies. Housing counseling services to farmworkers are also supported by the Department of Labor.

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