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About Safe House Of Chautauqua County - Michael G. Yerico Administrative Building
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Chautauqua opportunities, inc.
is fighting the war against poverty by empowering low income individuals and stabilizing the vulnerable among us. They believe that all Americans have the right to achieve all they are able to. They will strive to create economic opportunities that afford each individual a ladder out of poverty and improve the overall well being of the entire community.
It is their commitment to maintain each individual’s dignity and assist, through supportive services, each one to attain short and long term goals that help them to progress toward economic stability.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: COI
leading the fight against poverty by mobilizing resources and creating partnerships to promote empowerment, economic independence and opportunities.
leading the fight against poverty by mobilizing resources and creating partnerships to promote and create economic independence through business development opportunities.
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