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Housing Needs

Post by dr on Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:26 am

The following is from TRR:

Editor' Note: The Town of Rumford has served the tenants of 438 Waldo Street with court papers. They have a court date set for January 8th. If the judge rules in favor of the Town of Rumford, the tenants will have 48 hours to get out. And, they still don't have enough money to move. The Town of Rumford refuses to help them financially in any way.


Instead of expecting the town to provide financial assistance, why doesn't the Rumford Landlord/Tenant Association (which JSN is involved in) step in and try to find these people suitable housing? That could be a win/win situation.

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Re: Housing Needs

Post by C on Sun Jan 04, 2009 8:48 pm



Greenleaf House (A Project of Rumford Group Home, INC.)

160 Lincoln Avenue

Rumford, ME 04276

Phone: 207-369-9230


The Greenleaf House provides shelter, food, and a link
to community resources in support of homeless individuals becoming
self-sufficient individuals who live independently in the community.
Strathglass Shelter (A Project of Community Concepts, INC.)

P.O. Box 278

South Paris, ME

Phone: 207-743-7716

The Strathglass Shelter provides emergency and
temporary housing individuals and families and to provide support to
assist guests in stabilizing their situation, with permanent housing as
the ultimate goal.

Rural Community Action Ministry

81 Church Hill Road

Leeds, ME 04263

Phone: 207-524-5095

Rural Community Action Ministry serves the homeless in
Buckfield, Canton, Hartford, Leeds, Litchfield, Livermore Falls,
Monmouth, Sabattus, Sumner, Turner, and Wayne. It provides emergency
shelter, transportation, budgeting assistance, help in finding
affordable housing and other services.
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Re: Housing Needs

Post by KevinNSaisi on Sun Jan 04, 2009 9:49 pm

C,
Unless the program has changed, Greenleaf House is not designed to operate as a shelter for displaced families. I believe it serves adolescent youths.
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