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BH-7000.4600-280 Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) Program A program available in the U.S. through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) which provides housing choice vouchers to local Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) in order to assist individuals and families who are homeless or risk homelessness; fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking or human trafficking; or were recently homeless or have a high risk of housing instability. See also Housing Authorities (BH-8300.3000). = EHV Program NOTE: U.S. only. NEW 09/28/21
BH-3800.1920 Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) A rental assistance program that has made grants available to assist households that are unable to pay their rent or utilities, a situation many have faced but which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 epidemic. To meet this need, the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) working with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, has made funding available to assist households tthat qualify. Two separate grant programs have been established: ERA1 provides funds under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 and ERA2 which provides funds under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The funds are provided directly to states, U.S. territories, local governments, and (in the case of ERA1) Indian tribes or Tribally Designated Housing Entities, as applicable, as well as the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Grantees use the funds to provide assistance to eligible households through existing or newly created rental assistance. See also Rent Payment Assistance (BH-3800.7000). = ERAP NOTE: U.S. only. NEW 09/28/21
BT-4500.4800 Local Electric Scooter Transportation Programs that provide services which support people's ability to use electric scooters for local transportation purposes. Included are electric scooter rental companies that have city-issued licenses to provide discounts for low income riders. Some cities have asked e-scooter companies seeking operational city permits for their scooters to include payment plans that serve low-income individuals, e.g., those who are on local, state or federal aid programs. The city may also require that the companies have an equity plan that addresses payment barriers for those who don't have bank accounts or smartphones. Most companies require customers to fill out a form (often available online) to determine if they qualify for the program, and will need to submit front and back photos of qualifying documents. See also Electric Scooters (LH-0600.5000-180). = E-Scooter Rentals for Low Income Riders = Electric Scooter Rentals for Low Income Riders NOTE: U.S. Only NEW 09/28/21
YZ-1685 Digital Literacy Issues Programs that provide information and/or services related to developing the cognitive and technical skills needed to best find, evaluate, create, and communicate information using information and communication technologies. See also Computer Literacy Issues (YZ-1540), Literacy Issues (YZ-4650). NEW 09/21/21
YX-3500 Indian Residential School Survivors Native Americans who, as children, were removed from their homes and sent to American Indian boarding schools, also known more recently as Indian residential schools, which were established in the United States during the early 19th through the mid-20th centuries with a primary objective of "civilizing" or assimilating Native American children and youth into Euro-American culture. In the process, the schools denigrated Native American culture and made children give up their languages and religion. The schools were first established by Christian missionaries of various denominations, who often were approved by the federal government to start both missions and schools on reservations, especially in the lightly populated areas of the West. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) also founded additional off-reservation boarding schools based on the assimilation model and sometimes drew children from a variety of tribes. In addition, religious orders established off-reservation schools. Some schools forced removal of indigenous cultural signifiers, cutting the children's hair, having them wear American-style uniforms, forbidding them to speak their indigenous languages, and replacing their tribal names with English-language names (saints names under some religious orders) for use at the schools, as part of assimilation and to "Christianize" them. The schools were usually harsh and sometimes deadly, especially for younger children who had been forcibly separated from their families and forced to abandon their Native American identities and cultures. Investigations of the later twentieth century have revealed many documented cases of sexual, manual, physical and mental abuse occurring mostly in church-run schools. NOTE: Activate for the U.S. and add "American Indian Boarding School Survivors" as a U.S. only use reference. CHANGE 09/21/21
TE-8935.1800 Dry Well Reporting Programs that enable people who are experiencing problems with their private (self-managed) household water supply system to file a report with the agency managing their state's system for collecting and reporting information about household water supply shortages and access suggestions for alternative resources. The information gathered in the reports is intended to inform state and local agencies about the impact of droughts on shortages of household water from private well or surface water sources. Collection of data should not be construed as applications for local, state or federal assistance. See also Water Well Construction/Maintenance/Abandonment Permits (DF-7000.9200), Water Well Construction/Maintenance/Abandonment Regulation (TE-8950), Water Well Construction Services (TE-8945). = Self Managed Household Water Supply System Water Shortage Reporting NOTE: U.S. only. NEW 09/21/21
HH-4500.0500 Adult Literacy Programs Programs that provide reading and writing instruction for adults who are unable to read or write at a functional level, with the objective of ensuring that they have the skills necessary to find and keep decent jobs, support their children's education and participate actively in civic life. Some programs interpret literacy more broadly and also help people develop speaking, computation (numeracy/mathematics) and problem solving skills. = Adult Literacy Training Programs CHANGE 09/21/21
BT-4500.6500-900 Vaccination Site Rides NOTE: The reference to "free" has been removed from the definition as a small cost may be involved. CHANGE 09/16/21
DT-8800.8575 Tax Preparation Appointment Scheduling Hotlines Programs that provide callers with information about scheduling options for tax preparation assistance and an opportunity to book an appointment, usually through an online portal. The service is available throughout the tax season. NEW 09/16/21
FJ-6700.3500 Justices of the Peace U.S. DEFINITION: In the United States, the justice of the peace typically presides over a court that hears misdemeanor cases, traffic violations, and other petty criminal infractions. The justice of the peace may also have authority over cases involving small debts, landlord and tenant disputes, or other small claims court proceedings. Proceedings before justices of the peace are often faster and less formal than the proceedings in other courts. In some jurisdictions a party convicted or found liable before a justice of the peace may have the right to a trial de novo before the judge of a higher court rather than an appeal strictly considered. They also officiate at weddings, issue arrest warrants, deal with traffic offenses, and hold inquests. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Local magistrates empowered by most provinces and territories to perform lower level judicial functions which may include administering criminal or civil justice in minor cases (including privately laid charges), authorizing and issuing peace bonds or restraining orders, performing marriages, and acting as commissioner for signing of criminally related affidavits. Justices of the Peace are not usually required to have formal legal education to qualify for the office. See also Civil Marriages (PH-9400.1500). = JP = Justice of the Peace NEW 09/09/21

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