Albina Head Start

Project Type(s): Community and Healthcare

Project Year: 2014

CDE(s): United Fund Advisors

NMTC amount: $9,506,000

Total Project Costs: $10,512,720

Albina Head Start (AHS), a federally funded non-profit organization, provides early childhood education services to approximately 1,000 low-income families in North, Northeast and Southeast Portland. AHS has been serving children and families in Portland since the inception of the Head Start Program in 1965. AHS' comprehensive services include health, nutrition, social services and cognitive development to children ages birth to five. AHS has over 20 Head Start and Early Head Start Program locations, serving approximately 1,000 children and families in Portland and supports a staff of 241 employees.
The AHS project involves the refinancing of five Head Start and Early Head Start program properties in Portland. Refinancing will lower AHS' debt burden and enable AHS to provide greater services to its low-income families.

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Address: 911 North Skidmore Street, Portland, OR