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Winter 2004 issue of In-Sites magazine, published by the Community Capacity Development Office (formerly Weed & Seed Office), Office Justice Programs (OJP)CCDO Home pageHomeLetter From the DirectorOJP SealLetter From the U.S. AttorneyPhotos representing weeding and seeding efforts: two police officers smiling at the camera, three individuals painting over graffiti on a wall, woman holding a potted plant.About In-SitesFind Past IssuesSubmit StoriesSubscribeNeighborhood Restoration - In This Section banner

Fighting Poverty With a New Partner
Thousands of people who want to buy a house, go to college, open a small business, and save for their futures need help. The earned income tax credit is money—a way to offset federal taxes paid by low-income wage earners—that may be used to meet their families' basic needs.

Super Sites: A HUD/DOJ Public Housing Safety Initiative
The U.S. Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development have joined together to assist in the investigation, prosecution, and prevention of violent crimes and drug offenses in public and federally assisted housing, including Indian housing, in the following locations:

FDIC Can Help You
When we hear the phrase "we're here to help" from the federal government, we all tend to be a little skeptical. The good news about the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is that it really can be of assistance to Weed and Seed sites.


Fighting Poverty With a New Partner



Super Sites: A HUD/DOJ Public Housing Safety Initiative



FDIC Can Help You