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Hampton Homes, 1300 Ogden Street, Greensboro, NC 27406-2271

Community Profile
When Built1965/1968
Number of Units288
Number of Vacancies1
Unit Size0-1 Bedroom54
2 Bedroom35
3 Bedroom102
4 Bedroom90
5 Bedroom7
Racial MixWhite8
Family Size3.2
Number of Residents913
Family vs. Elderly261/26
Average Income$7,910
Average Rent$182
Breakdown of Rent $0-100113
Flat Rent12
Average Flat Rent$444

Community Programs

The Police Neighborhood Resource Center is a community-based strategy focusing on law enforcement, community policing, prevention, intervention, treatment, and neighborhood restoration.

Hampton Homes Wellness Clinic is staffed by faculty and students from the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. The staff provides general health assessments, including screenings for blood pressure and blood sugar levels, urinary tract infections, weight loss/gain, and medication adherence.

GHA Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program is available at Hampton Homes. Presently, there are 11 families in the FSS Program. Five families have escrow accounts. Office Technology Training Classes from GTCC are being offered to residents.

The GED program is offered at Hampton Homes and is taught by GTCC instructors. The GED program is open to all GHA residents in public housing and assisted through the HCV program.

A Computer Lab is located at the Hampton Homes Resource Center and is open for use by the residents.

Client Services provides referrals for emergency assistance to residents of all communities who are in need of assistance with rent, utilities, food and transportation. GHA's Client Services Manager provides technical assistance to all Resident Councils.

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Renovations to Hampton Homes, 1300 Ogden Street, Greensboro, NC 27406-2271 from 2006 to Present

Project DescriptionYearCostFunding Source
Final Phase of Modernization2006 $10,434,678Capital Fund Bond Financing
Demolition & New Parking Lot2006 $278,385Capital Fund FYE 2005
Decorative Masonry Walls2006 $412,275Capital Fund FYE 2005
Landscape Fabric for Playground2007 $600Capital Fund FYE 2005
Handrails in 24 Units2007 $10,885Capital Fund FYE 2006
Landscape Community2007 $210,809Capital Fund FYE 2006
Renovation of Storage Building2009 $96,000Capital Fund FYE 2008
Repair Sidewalks2009 $18,333Capital Fund FYE 2008
Paving Replacement and Repairs to Parking Lots2011 $24,700Capital Fund FYE 2009
Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors2011 $36,197Capital Fund FYE 2009 & 2010

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