Neighborhood & Community Services
Our mission is to revitalize neighborhoods, preserve or create affordable housing opportunities and advocate for the marginalized.
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HOUSING HEROES IN OUR COMMUNITY
A big thank you to Bradley Jackson from Byers & Harvey for supporting our tenant-based rental assistance program by being a housing hero. Our TBRA clients now have a secure and comfortable place to call home thanks to Jackson and his team of maintenance coordinators, inspectors, billing coordinators, collections managers, and property owners.
Low to moderate income individuals and families can get some much-needed relief from the current housing prices with the help of the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program, which is provided by United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region in partnership with the Neighborhood and Community Services (CNCS) office of the City of Clarksville.
ARe you a landlord?
You could become a housing hero and experience the benefits of participating in The City of Clarksville's Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program.
Please contact United Way for more information: (931) 647-4291
CLARKSVILLE HOME REPAIR PROGRAMS
Does your home have damages that pose a serious threat to the health, safety and welfare of you and your family, or affect the immediate livability (including Clarksville building code standards) of your home? Or maybe your home is in need of some repairs that are less urgent but still need to be addressed to ensure continued health and safety.
You may qualify for home repairs through one of our programs! Check out the Home Repair Programs page for more information.
Lavon BraceyProject Manager
Michelle KleinProject Coordinator
Andrea HaywardProject Coordinator
Brittney CatesGrants AnalystPhone: 931.648.6133
Crystal GriffithAdministrative Support Specialist
Deidre WardProgram Manager
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