Community Action receives Helping HAND funds

The funds were approved through the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

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Community Action Region VI in Jamestown received $10,700 as part of the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency’s planned distribution of $200,000 through its Helping Housing Across North Dakota (Helping HAND) program.

The Helping HAND grants support rehab programs that provide North Dakotans of limited means with assistance in maintaining their home, ensuring it’s safe and keeping it affordable, said the North Dakota Industrial Commission, which approved the distribution.

Agencies in Dickinson, Williston, Minot, Devils Lake, Grand Fork and Fargo also received funding.

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