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Mid-East Development Corporation

The Mid-East Development Corporation (MEDC) was organized by the Mid-East Commission Board of Directors in 1990 to serve as a vehicle to help fill gaps in the region. MEDC is a 501(c)(3) corporation. The non-profit corporation is governed by the Mid-East Commission Executive Committee. The corporation operates through administrative support from the Mid-East Commission staff, grants, private contributions, donations, rental income, and loans. Rental property is managed by private management companies. Currently there is only one staff member who operates the Seniors’ Center in Belhaven.
 

 

   


Purposes:
The corporation is organized for the primary purposes of facilitating affordable housing and linking health and social services to housing.

Powers: The corporation can access, develop and participate in the financing of housing and service options in the community.

CURRENT PROJECTS


Seniors’ Center in Belhaven is a multi-purpose senior center offering an array of activities and services to the area. The center is a NC Certified Center of Excellence and located at 274 East Main Street in downtown Belhaven, NC.

Phone: (252) 943-2992

Twin Gables
is an 8-unit shared group residence in Ahoskie for elderly, disabled or handicapped. Rental assistance.

905 West Main Street
Ahoskie, NC
(252) 332-3510


The Veranda is an 8-unit shared group residence for elderly, disabled or handicapped in Farmville, NC. Rental assistance.

3607 S Pitt Street
Farmville, NC 27828
(252) 753-4348

Equal Housing Opportunity

 

Contact:

Annette Eubanks

Director
(252) 974-1835
aeubanks@mideastcom.org

 

 
  2012-2015 Mid-East Area on Aging / aeubanks@mideastcom.org

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