Someone asked here if it’s true that the assistant to the Mayor is in charge of the NSP program in Dearborn Heights, this is taken from the official site of Dearborn Heights see here if you do not believe I copied and pasted from the web site, but you can see it for yourselves. Look at the bottom of the page who to contact if you have questions. The question I have is who was in charge of it before her, and why is she in charge of it now?
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) is a Federally Funded Program to help the City of Dearborn Heights, its residents and its future residents in providing help with home ownership and home and property maintenance. In the next few months, the City of Dearborn Heights will be soliciting bids for various professionals to start this program. This program will allow the City to buy abandoned or foreclosed properties, bring these properties up to code and then offering them at a very low rate to low-income families.
If you are looking to bid your services, please see below or click here .
If you are looking for help with your current finances, please see below.
The Misson of Peace is a non-profit organization that offers services to help families with financial services. Credit Counseling is one of the many free services that the Mission of Peace provides. For Credit Counseling or to help with your finances, please click here or you can contact the MIssion of Peace directly at 313-791-3497 or toll free at 1-866-674-0104 or 1-877-967-0140.
The Mission of Peace also helps families who are looking for low-income housing and home ownership. If you are a member of a low-income household and would be interested in homeownership, please contact the Mission of Peace for its home ownership program at 313-791-3497 or toll free at 1-866-674-0104 or 1-877-0140 or click here for more information.
If you are looking for any additional information, please contact Krystina Kramarz in the Mayor’s Office at email@example.com