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The Emergency Housing Assistance Program has re-opened to City of Atlanta residents

If you have an existing application and have received assistance, but are in need of additional funds, you will need to recertify by clicking here (re-certify your application link). Applications may take up to 30 days to be processed for payment. Under the current funding policy, an Applicant can receive up to 15 months of rent and/or utility …

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Justice Carswell a Project Ready Scholar wins 2nd plan in the 2022 Georgia Poetry Out Loud State Finals Competition

           Congratulations are in order for our Project Ready Scholar, Justice Carswell. Over the weekend, Justice competed in the 2022 Georgia Poetry Out Loud State Finals Competition and won 2nd Place. Justice is a phenomenal young woman, that leads the students at Booker T. Washington High School as their SGA President. She is also …

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ICYMI: Congressman David Scott, GA DCA Commissioner Christopher Nunn and Local Leaders Unveil New Mortgage Assistance Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 7, 2022Media Contact Ralph Jones, Jr., 202.718.0913 davidscott.press@mail.house.gov   ICYMI: Congressman David Scott, GA DCA Commissioner Christopher Nunn and Local Leaders Unveil New Mortgage Assistance Program WASHINGTON – Last month, Congressman David Scott, (GA-13) and Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Christopher Nunn announced the launch of the Georgia Homeowner Assistance Fund, a $354 million stimulus fund to help homeowners impacted by …

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We salute Archbishop Desmund Tutu, a compassionate, courageous anti-apartheid and human rights activist

We salute Archbishop Desmund Tutu, a compassionate, courageous anti-apartheid and human rights activist The Urban League of Greater Atlanta joins with people around the world paying tribute to the remarkable life of Archbishop Desmond Tutu who died today in South Africa at age 90. Widely known as an anti-apartheid and human rights activist, leader and …

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DELTA SIGMA THETA TO HOLD 55TH NATIONAL CONVENTION IN ATLANTA

  DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INCORPORATED A Service Sorority Founded in 1913 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                         CONTACT November 17, 2021                                                                      …

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Employment Opportunities with MARTA – MARTA’S CURRENT JOB LIST September 3, 2021

MARTA’S CURRENT JOB LIST September 3, 2021 Click below to download the opportunity list. MARTA Job Opportunities EMPLOYER PROFILE: MARTA is among the largest transit systems in the U.S. and North America that provides bus, rail and mobility services for the elderly and disabled. MARTA’S service population is 1.65 million in the City of Atlanta, …

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COVID-19 HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER

CDC eviction mortarium has been extended. See what help is available in your area. View rent assistance programs by state on NHC’s COVID-19 Housing Resource Center. Find helpful resources. Get the info you need. Types: Access legal resources, Rent relief options VIEW SITE

Federal rental aid trickles out as tens of thousands of Georgians face eviction

Saturday’s expiration of the national ban on evictions removes a safety net that kept millions of Americans in their homes during the pandemic — and raises the stakes for programs distributing federal aid to help renters pay back rent. Georgia counties, cities and the state government are still working to give out millions in rent …

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