As a nonprofit organization located in the proximity of 16 poor counties in Tennessee, GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL ADVANCE, INC. wishes to educate the public and initiate a remedy for this problems of custodial care (Bridge of Hope, Tennessee), after custodial care housing (H.U.G. HOMES), and Elder Care (Grace's Place).
Presently the project for disadvantaged children relates directly to Custodial care and the Children's Villages of Bridge of Hope founded by Subesh and Debra Ramjattan. Presently this model children's home is ready to expand their work globally. We seek funds for these disadvantaged children, their present care, and future education.
Bridge of Hope (Tennessee)
Serving Sixteen (16) Poor Counties
Serving Sixteen (16) Poor Counties
Home Unity Group (HUG) Homes for young people coming out of custodial care. HUG HOMES will be a kind of half-way home to provide time for those coming out of custodial care to become adequately oriented to the real world. Hopefully, those young people coming out of custodial care will find not just a token hug when they leave the facility, but some kind of secure place to call home for the months of transition. We propose a set of group homes for this purpose. Perhaps it could be called Home Unit Group (HUG) Housing. If not an actual facility then those coming out of custodial care could be grouped and placed in HUG living quarters. These compatible groups could assist in the transition.
The planned construction would be a compound-type complex with several two-story units that house four young people (two downstairs and two upstairs) coming out of custodial care. The HUG Homes would be placed in a dual cluster environment with one section for young men and one section for young women. Access to the upper level would be outside the units to protect the privacy of each group. A central two-story unit for adult supervision would be placed in the center of the compound separating the young men and women in the HUG Homes. The upstairs would house a supervising couple and a common gathering place downstairs would be used for meals, mail, laundry, fellowship and entertaining friends. The vision is for a group of cluster homes to house four young men or four young women coming out of custodial care. A H.U.G. UNIT:
The Global Advance HousingTM Project seeks to provide housing for the post-poverty/pre-middle class poor. This elderly group in the middle of the low-to-moderate-income group,? has no name and has never been specifically classified by the government, but is composed of hard working folk, who paid taxes, raised a family, and now have no company pensions and live with the limitations of Social Security. As a nonprofit organization located in the proximity of 16 poor counties in Tennessee, GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL ADVANCE, INC. wishes to educate the public and initiate a remedy for this problem.
Many elderly persons living on social security with Medicare benefits do not have a home and are often forced to live with their children. These folk cannot afford a condo, a retirement village, or rent for a decent housing opportunity. We propose a pilot project to build small units, 24 x 24 on a 3-acre site in Rhea County, Tennessee with provision for a life-estate based on age and income. Master plot plan for GRACE'S PLACE below:
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