Emerald Coast Regional Counsel Hurricane Housing Recovery Program

Emerald Coast Regional Council is one of ten Planning Councils created by the State of Florida to provide housing assistance support,  among various other programs, to local governments. ECRC supports the seven-county regions of northwest Florida, including Jackson, Holmes, Washington and Walton counties. The Housing Strategy of ECRC is to increase every citizen’s quality of life by partnering with counties to preserve and enhance the housing stock within the counties through programs, such as the Hurricane Housing Recovery Program (HHRP).. To obtain more information about the housing programs available, visit ECRC, Housing Strategy. Demolition and reconstruction of single-family homes or […]

Read More…

Kids Connections of Florida

Blountstown/Calhoun County Hurricane Relief Efforts Kids Connections of Florida is expanding. Now enrolling in Calhoun County. Is your child struggling in classes? Does your child need extra support to ensure academic success? Then let Kids Connections of Florida help. We have trained tutors who are ready to assist you. It doesn’t matter if your child attends face to face or is enrolled in remote learning. We are here to support your needs. We provide face to face tutoring, online tutoring, have an extracurricular program, and new this year, learning boards for our younger students to prepare them for school. Click […]

Read More…

North Florida Inland Long Term Recovery Group finds resilience during a pandemic.

WTVY.com

Read More…

Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Florida’s Participation in the USDA’s Pandemic EBT Program

flgov.com

Read More…

Long Term Recovery receives grants.

dothaneagle.com

Read More…

Florida Reemployment Assistance Paper Application

floridajobs.org

Read More…

Fema Announces Rent Suspension

fema.gov

Read More…

Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Announces New Mobile-Friendly Site to Apply for Reemployment Assistance

floridajobs.org

Read More…

Local food banks and charities are feeling the burden of Covid-19.

www.mypanhandle.com

Read More…

Altha family gets new home.

www.wjhg.com

Read More…