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To work toward the elimination of poverty or its causes; to help people and families achieve self-sufficiency; to provide safe, affordable housing for mental health clients, low-income families, elderly, and handicapped; and to meet the needs of the community.
To coordinate efforts of local government units, especially County Commissioners, the County Board of Education, Health Departments, Welfare Departments, and private agencies, in programs devised under, or which shall be devised under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964:
To study, plan, encourage, contract for, and administer programs aimed at increasing opportunities for the victims of poverty; to receive, administer, and disburse funds from whatever source received for those purposes; to employ and make available professional staff services for such purposes.
Either directly or indirectly, and either alone or in conjunction or cooperation with other persons, institutions and organizations or acts and things, and to engage in any and all lawful activities which may be necessary or appropriate in connection with one or more of such purposes;
In general, to do all things and to exercise all rights and powers permitted to non-profit charitable corporations organized under the laws of the State of Ohio to foster or attain one or more of such purposes.
Provides a wide range of services and opportunities to reduce poverty and assist low- to moderate-income individuals in becoming self-sufficient.