On May 28, 2014, we received a letter from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in order to congratulate us and confirm that Project United Community Development Corporation was selected as one of the entities to be awarded a Brownfields Cleanup Grant for $200,000 to execute an asbestos clean-up of our site located at 1446 Conner Drive in the Pleasant Grove community of Dallas, Texas. Brownfields Cleanup Grants provides funds to carry out cleanup activities at a specific brownfield site owned by the applicant.
Our Community Centers are safe havens of community services and support programs. Youth have various programs such as mentoring, out-of-school tutoring, counseling, computer classes, and recreational games. Our Community Action Group has found that most teens become problem teens because they do not have anything else to do. These community services and support programs causes teens to have positive attitudes that keep them from becoming troubled teens.
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