Box 8, Folder 16, Document 19

Dublin Core

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Child Care Services: Senior Citizen Services of Metropolitan
Atlanta - A multifaceted child care program which includes two
child care centers, ten family child care homes and 10 block
mothers. Approximately 60 senior citizens will be used as

aides in the child care center and in other supporting positions.

Senior Citizens Personal Service Center: Senior Citizens Services
of Metropolitan Atlanta - A service center to provide assistance
to senior citizens of the Model Cities area. Services will in-
clude day care, transportation, low cost meals and an advocacy

Specialized Passenger Van Program: Economic Opportunity Atlanta
A program to meet the transportation needs of the aged, handi-
capped, infirm, etc. Three vehicles and drivers will be assigned
to the EOA neighborhood service centers.

Model Cities Shuttle Bus: Atlanta Transit System - A circumferen-
tial bus route to improve transportation within the Model Cities
area. It is expected that the senior citizen population will
greatly benefit from this service.

Homemaker Program: Fulton County Department of Family and
Children's Services - A unit of six homemakers to serve the Model
Cities area. They will be of special importance to the aged

Neighborhood Consumer Services: Economic Opportunity Atlanta -
This project will work with residents of all ages to develop
skills in consumer buying, food preparation, etc.

Project Expand: Economic Opportunity Atlanta - An expansion of
EOA centers and an extension of their present EOA staff serving in
centers in the Model Cities area. Two new centers are planned in
areas with a high concentration of senior citizens.

Health Program: (Not Determined) - This program is not in its
final form, but its implementation will result in improved health
care to older persons.

*Not yet approved by Model Cities Executive Board.

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