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Yes. The county sub-contracts with many agencies classified by the Internal Revenue Services as 501 © 3 or not for profit agencies. These agencies then provide services to our residents. Services can include Children’s Day Care Services, Homelessness Assistance, Addiction and addiction prevention, Juvenile Justice Assistance, etc. Residents can then go directly to these sub-contracted agencies and apply for help.
No. It is the agency’s responsibility to routinely visit the Purchasing Department website for information on available grants.
The county places a notification of funding available on the Purchasing Department website. Any agency wishing to apply for funding must contact the Purchasing Department and request an application bid package.