In the quarter ending Sept. 30, 2016, Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) closed 13 loans totaling nearly $2 million to assist rural communities in Alaska, California, Colorado, New Mexico and Washington.
Agriculture companies in California and elsewhere are not obligated to house employees, nor is much state or federal money set aside for farmworker housing. In Salinas Valley, which is the fifth least affordable place to live in the United States, one company may be bucking the trend.
Okieville is such a small area that most folks cannot find the community on a map. Officially named Highland Acres, residents began settling in Okieville during the 1930s … Fast forward to today. Thousands of wells have been drying up throughout the San Joaquin Valley since the drought began five years ago and Okieville, located in Tulare County, is the hardest hit region.
Our Loan Fund, with the help of the Uplift America Partnership, provided a $6.6 million Community Facilities loan to LCHS Foundation, Inc. to expand and relocate clinical and support staff to its new three-building campus, covering over 38,000 square feet on seven acres of land.
Livingston Community Health is a nonprofit health center that provides comprehensive primary and preventive care services to patients, regardless of their ability to pay. The organization is currently...
With the help of the Uplift America Partnership, we are helping three unique projects in the Rural West. In New Mexico, we are providing a $310,000 Community Facilities loan to Breath of My Heart Birthplace, a midwifery practice based in Espanola, NM, who wants to renovate and expand their center.