UPA offers a variety of programs that were designed specifically to address voids identified in low to moderate income communities which include veteran homelessness and substance abuse, foster care, mortgage assistance, property tax assistance, code enforcement adherence, and real estate consultation.
Veteran Housing – UPA will develop existing housing structures or acquire vacant land to build housing for homeless veterans living in the Tampa Bay Area. As part of UPA’s Veteran Transitional Housing Program veterans will receive substance abuse counseling, behavioral health, trade and skilled labor training, assistance into a permanent housing structure.
Children's Residential Housing – UPA will develop existing housing structures or acquire vacant land to build housing for children entering or currently part of the foster care system administered by the Department of Children and Families and the State of Florida. UPA will develop and implement an internal program that provides structure and stability to adolescents during their transition from their familiar family environment to foster care living. Children under the care of UPA will have the opportunity to learn skills in agriculture, computer science, domestic and living essentials, life skills and development.
Community Services Coordination – UPA will coordinate services and consultation for members of the community who face issues regarding delinquent taxes, code violations, delinquent mortgage, and more.