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DM-1800.2000 Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling Change the ID# to DM-1800.5000. CODE CHANGE 03/16/17
PH-3300.2740 Home Maintenance and Minor Repair Grants/Loans Programs that provide small grants or loans that help homeowners who qualify (often older adults and people in emergency situations) pay for minor home repair services such as roof repairs, window replacements or repairs to septic tanks. Specific services covered by the programs and eligibility criteria vary. Also included are programs that provide grants or loans for the construction, repair and/or sealing of household water well systems, primarily in eligible rural areas. = Household Water Well Grants = Household Water Well Loans = Water Well Construction Grants = Water Well Construction Loans = Water Well Loans = Water Well Maintenance Grants = Water Well Maintenance Loans = Water Well Repair Grants = Water Well Sealing Grants = Water Well Sealing Loans NOTE: Adds the final sentence referencing water well systems. CHANGE 03/14/17
BD-2400.6000 Northern Food Access Programs Programs that improve access to perishable nutritious food such as vegetables, fruit, bread, meat and milk by Canadians living in remote Northern regions, particularly those in indigenous communities. The federal government's Nutrition North Canada program provides subsidies to retailers serving eligible communities, with retailers expected to pass on savings to consumers by reducing prices. Retailers must apply, meet the program's requirements and enter into agreements with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC). Foods of little nutritional value, such as pop and chips, are not subsidized. The program is available in Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon. = Indigenous Peoples Food Access Programs NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 03/14/17
TH-2600.1600-180 Disaster Related Livestock Evacuation and Sheltering Assistance Community members who have the equipment and/or corral/pasture space to help evacuate livestock including cattle and horses (and the supplies they require) and provide a safe place to stay when a fire, flood or other emergency threatens. Included are pre-identified evacuation assistance resources that farmers, ranchers and others who keep livestock can make arrangements with in advance and those that arise and come to the rescue as the threatening situation develops. Resources may include fairgrounds, racetracks/show facilities, feed stores, Cooperative Extension offices and concerned individuals with land outside the danger area. See also Disaster Related Animal Shelters (TH-2600.1600-170). NEW 03/14/17
LT-0500.8500 Traditional Aboriginal Healing Programs that offer alternative treatments that are based on indigenous traditions about health and illness. Traditional healing is holistic in nature, comes from ancient beliefs about how individuals fit in the web of life, generally focuses on restoring harmony and connectedness to universal powers and may involve sweat lodges, talking circles, ceremonial smoking of tobacco, shamans, herbalism, animal spirits or "vision quests". The techniques by themselves are not "traditional healing". They are only steps towards becoming whole, balanced and connected. = Traditional Indigenous Healing NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 03/14/17
BH-7000.4600-300 Homeless Alternative Housing Developments Tiny house villages, housing units constructed using converted shipping containers and other modest housing options that are made available to homeless individuals and families as alternatives to units in more traditional (and more expensive) apartment complexes. See also At Risk/Homeless Housing Related Assistance Programs (BH-0500), Homeless Courts (FC-8200.8100-270), Homeless Drop In Centers (BH-1800.3500), Homeless Employment Programs (ND-6500.3050), Homeless Family Reunification Services (PH-3100), Homelessness Advocacy Groups (TD-1600.2600), Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing (BH-8400.3000), Homeless School Transition Programs (HH-3000), Homeless Shelter (BH-1800.8500), Homeless Shelter Pickup Sites (BH-1800.8550), Homeless Shelter Volunteer Opportunities (PX-2300.3100), Homeless Transportation Programs (BT-4500.6500-310), Medical Respite Facilities/Beds for Homeless People (BH-1800.9000), Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling (RP-1400.8000-750), Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines (RP-1500.1400-700), Runaway/Youth Shelters (BH-1800.1500-700), Street Outreach Programs (PH-8000), Street Outreach Volunteer Opportunities (PX-2300.8030). = Shipping Container Housing Developments = Tiny Home Villages = Tiny House Villages NEW 03/14/17
BM-3000.2000-100 Baby Furniture Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand cribs, bassinets, strollers and other furniture that has been designed for infants/babies. Also included are Baby Box programs that provide sturdy cardboard boxes in which newborns can safely sleep during the first months of life. The boxes come with a firm mattress, a waterproof cover and a fitted sheet, and may include necessities like diapers, wipes, breast cream, breast pads, a onesie and an activity cart. The goal of the project is to reduce the incidence of infant mortality and possibly Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) (also know as Sudden, Unexplained Infant Death – SUID) as occurred in Finland where the boxes were originally introduced. = Baby Box Programs = Baby Boxes CHANGE 03/14/17
YH-8000.3300 Indigenous South American Communities Remove the term from Canadian Taxonomy. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 03/09/17
YH-8000 South American Community Add "South American Indigenous Communities" as a Canadian use reference. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 03/09/17
YH-1500 Central American Community Add "Central American Indigenous Communities" as a Canadian use reference. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 03/09/17

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