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Contact Person: Erik Longreen, Program Manager
Agency Name or Parent Company: Project Home, Inc.
Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: Dane County Rehab Program (DCRP)
Address: 3841 Kipp Street, Madison, WI 53718
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 608-246-3737
Established: Mid 1980s
Target Population: Below 80% County Median Income
No. of Persons Served/Year: 20
No. of Paid Staff: 5
Special Features: We administer two volunteer programs - Hammer with a heart for home repairs, and the Dane County Paintathon to paint houses.
Total Budget: varies @ 300,000 for County programs
Is your organization Non-Profit?: yes
Contact Person: Nicole Sletten, OTS, COTA, SCEM-A, CAPS, ECHM, HMOTA
Agency Name or Parent Company: Functional Designs & Solutions LLC
Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: Functional Designs & Solutions LLC
Address: 416 E Edgewater St, Portage, WI 53901
Email Address: Functional.Designs.Solutions@gmail.com
Phone Number: 6084088692
Established: September 2020
Target Population: Any age, any disability or without disability for aging in place
No. of Paid Staff: 1
Special Features: Occupational Therapy professional completes the home assessments, makes home modification recommendations and works with the client(s) for the process of installing & training in use of the home modifications.
Is your organization Non-Profit?: no
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