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Cedar Woods Community Center
Tenant Services at Cedar Woods Circle – ABH provides tenant services to residents of this 70-unit townhome development for modest income families.  The tenant services building located in the development provides a facility for resident programs as well as a conference room, computers, and small kitchen and a common laundry area to the rear.   ABH services include a summer lunch program for 40-54 children, an after school homework club and group sessions on women’s and children’s health concerns.  In collaboration with the Boys Scouts of America, La Comunidad and The Chester County 4-H Program a part of the Chester County Cooperative Extension of Penn State.
HELP

Historic East Linden Project (HELP) – ABH serves as the fiscal agent and manager of a resident-led community revitalization project that began in October 2003.   This project was designated an Elm Street Community by the PA Downtown Center in 2005.  It has been actively supported by many partners including the Borough of Kennett Square, the Wachovia Regional F oundation, Rural LISC, State Farm, and the Federal Home Loan Bank, among others.

ElmStreet

The Historic East Linden Project is a reconized Elm Street Community.

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The Alliance for Better Housing is an Equal Opportunity Housing Agency and does not discriminate based on race, age, religion, color or national origin.

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USDA

Alliance for Better Housing has a contract with USDA to package their mortgage, home repair and grant applications.

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LISC

Rural LISC provides technical assistance and development financing to ABH  for our housing development projects.

www.rurallisc.org

HUD

The Alliance for Better Housing is an Equal Opportunity Housing Agency and does not discriminate based on race, age, religion, color or national origin.

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ROI

ROI has been a partner with ABH in several projects and shares a commitment to helping farm workers and other low-income families achieve self-sufficiency.

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