Entitlement

Consolidated and Annual Action Plans

Every three to five years, each CDBG Entitlement grantee must prepare a complete Consolidated Plan. The consolidated plan identifies community needs, resources, and priorities. In addition, an Annual Action Plan is prepared every year that provides information on the intended use of HUD program funds to address needs identified in the Consolidated Plan.

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

The AI is required to receive federal housing and community development block grant funding and document efforts to affirmatively further fair housing choice. The AI reviews impediments to fair housing choice in the public and private sector and defines actions to overcome the impediments.

Consolidated Annual Performance Reports

The Consolidated Annual Performance Report (CAPER) must include both a summary of programmatic accomplishments and an assessment of progress toward meeting the priority needs and specific objectives identified in a grantee’s Consolidated Plan.

2018 CAPER Final rev.01/5/21
2019 CAPER Final rev.06/17/21

2020 CDBG Public Services

Aging Services, Inc. receives CDBG funds to administer a Home Delivered Meals Program for home-bound senior adult residents in Moore. Participants will be assessed and found to be home bound. The meals will be provided 5 days per week, for a total of 250 serving days per year.

For further information or assistance please call Aging Services, Inc. at 405-321-3200.

ASI also provides lunch time meals, socialization, and educational programs Monday through Friday at five congregate meal sites throughout Cleveland County. There is a suggested donation of $2.25 for those age 60 and over and/or spouse of an individual age 60 and over. Adult disabled participants attending a meal site located in an independent housing facility are also eligible for a meal at the same suggested donation. There is a charge of $5.00 per meal for guests under 60 years of age.

Lunch service starts at 11:30 am and ends at Noon. Please call ahead the day before to make a lunch reservation.

For further information about lunch time meals at the Brand Senior Center call the Site Manager, Darlene Carol at 405-793-9069.

Bethesda provides expert care for all children in Oklahoma who have suffered the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. For over 30 years, Bethesda has been a place of healing for children and families, ensuring the highest quality of individual and group counseling for children 3-18 years old and their caregivers. The therapists of Bethesda use a variety of therapeutic interventions to help children heal from the trauma of sexual abuse.

CDBG funds assist Bethesda in administering psychotherapuetic counseling for children who reside in Moore who have suffered the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. Any sexually abused children ages 3 to 18 and their non offending caregiver is eligible for counseling services to heal the trauma of sexual abuse. Staff will complete an assessment of trauma and history of abuse and determine placement of child in individual or group counseling.

For further information or assistance call Bethesda at 405-364-0333. To visit their website click here.

Abbott House provides a victim-centered, child-friendly environment to help children tell their stories after an instance of abuse has occurred. Through their coordinated efforts with law enforcement, child welfare investigators, and mental health and medical professionals, they help set children on the path to healing. Their Mission is preventing abuse, advocating for children, and fostering hope and healing.

CDBG funds assist Mary Abbott Children's House in administering a Forensic Interview Program. This program minimizes the number of times a children must share their experiences of sexual abuse and neglect. Children ages 3 to 18 in the City of Moore are given the opportunity to tell his or her experience to one adult. This reduces the possibility of secondary trauma. This agency must receive the request for assistance from law enforcement or DHS Child Protective Services.

For further information call Mary Abbott Children's House at 405-579-5800. To visit their website click here.

The mission of Moore Youth and Family Services is to support community-based programs that provide behavioral health services to adults, youth, and families. Provision of services is focused on identified community needs in the areas of prevention, intervention/diversion, and treatment services. Services incorporate both mental health and substance use disorder treatment modalities that focus on healthy lifestyles and strengthening the individual as well as the family.

CDBG funds assist Moore Youth and Family Services in administering a School Based Intervention Service Program. The program provides an early intervention via School Based Services to the Moore Public School System's secondary students. School Based Service members work with secondary students who are at risk of dropping out or being suspended from school, using substances, and/or exhibiting aggressive behaviors rather than utilizing healthy coping skills. Early intervention, support, and education is provided to students through individual sessions, group sessions, and consultation/linkage with parents/guardians and school employees. The program specifically targets students who are at higher risk than average for school problems.

For further information call Moore Youth and Family Services at 405-799-3379. To visit their website click here.

The mission of Moore Youth and Family Services is to support community-based programs that provide behavioral health services to adults, youth, and families. Provision of services is focused on identified community needs in the areas of prevention, intervention/diversion, and treatment services. Services incorporate both mental health and substance use disorder treatment modalities that focus on healthy lifestyles and strengthening the individual as well as the family.

CDBG funds assist Moore Youth and Family Services in administering a First Time Offenders Program for at risk children, ages 6 to 17 in the City of Moore. These children are at risk of suspension/dropping out of school, involvement in the juvenile system, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, as well as substance abuse. This program will provide needed community based services that includes counseling, socialization, and educational assistance to adults, youth, and their families who are experiencing a variety of problems. The Agency Objectives' emphasize enhancing or bringing into being, behavior that is within the bounds of social appropriateness. It is felt that counseling and support from the agency and increased self and interpersonal awareness on the part of the client will allow successful resolution of problems.

For further information call Moore Youth and Family Services at 405-799-3379. To visit their website click here.

The City of Moore contracts with the Metropolitan Fair Housing Council of Greater Oklahoma, Inc. to provide fair housing services to Moore residents. These services include fair housing counseling, investigation and testing, complaint referral, mediation services, legal referral, and fair housing/fair lending educational services.

For further information call Metropolitan Fair Housing Council at 405-232-3247. To visit their website click here.

The City of Moore contracts with the Sharing Tree to provide coats and outreach care packages to families throughout the City of Moore for December 2020.

For further information, call the Sharing Tree at 405-634-2006. To visit their website click here

2020-2021 Infrastructure Project

General Description: This is a proposed project to Replace 834 linear feet of 8" PVC sanitary sewer pipe, 17 sewer service connections, 170 linear feet of sewer line, and 6 four foot sanitary sewer manholes. These sewer lines have reached the end of their design life and need replaced to prevent breaks or leaks.

Vendor: Veolia

CDBG Advisory Committee

The role of the CDBG Advisory Committee is to provide input and make recommendations to City Council regarding the allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds awarded to projects, programs, and services that improve the lives of Moore’s low and moderate income residents; advise City Council on general advice on human services in Moore as related to the administration of these programs.

This CDBG Advisory Committee holds one public hearing and three public meetings to review public service applications and provide funding recommendations for activities carried out through the CDBG Program. Meetings are typically in the following months and start at 5:30 pm:

  • May- Public Service Allocations and Community Needs W/Executive Session
  • June- Review of Draft FY Action Plan
  • November-Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) Public Hearing and CDBG Advisory Committee Meeting

CDBG Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule

  • Chairman
    Louie Williams
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    2013-Present
  • Vice Chairman
    Janie Milum
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    2013-Present
  • Member
    Ralph Sherrard
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    2013-Present
  • Member
    Mark Hamm
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    2013-Present
  • Member
    Kelley Mattocks
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    2013-Present
  • Member
    Sean Evans
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    2016-Present
  • Member
    Melissa Hunt
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    2016-Present
  • Member
    Amanda Robinson
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    2020-Present