Metropolitan Ministries of Pasco County These services are designed to help children and families, no matter how serious their needs. Whether they need to get off the streets at night, or they’re seeking education so they can get a job that will support their family, they can help.
The Coalition for the Homeless can connect you with more than 40 services and provider agencies that collectively help to relieve the suffering of Pasco County's homeless families and individuals. Their mission is to assist the homeless population and those at risk of homelessness to gain self-sufficiency by providing advocacy and the coordination of capacity building through partnerships within the community.
Pasco County Community Development Block Grant The mission of Pasco County Community Development is to improve the living and housing conditions of very low, low, and moderate income persons through the fair, ethical, and honest administration of Federal and State grant funds.
They do this through the administration of the County's neighborhood revitalization, housing and homeless programs utilizing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP), Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds. The Department is also the principal government agency for Pasco County for Homeless Programs and administers the Housing Finance Authority. Some of their activities include:
The Pasco Board of County Commissioners is the legislative and policy-making body of County government. The five members of the Board are elected Countywide from all districts. View the District Map (PDF)Opens a New Window.. The Board appoints the County Administrator and the County Attorney and confirms the appointment of department heads. We establish policy and make all budget decisions with regard to appropriation of funds to County Departments, Divisions and some Constitutional Officers.
Most employers require their employees to have a personal checking account. Visiting the closest Bank of America branch, or other local bank, can help you set up a personal checking account to hold your employer's electronic payroll deposits.