Bienestar Housing Resource Center
Bienestar Housing Resource Center (BHRC) is division of Comite de Bien Estar. BHRC is a one-stop center that focuses on helping people meet their housing needs.
Border Financial Resources
BFR benefits economically disadvantaged persons or business unable to access credit from traditional sources by providing consumer loans, home equity and consumer financing, for start up and existing interprises owned by low to moderate income families and/or that create jobs for low income people.
Bienestar Apartments I is a rent subsidized apartment community with 44 two-bedroom and 47 three-bedroom units. The apartment complex is managed by Bienestar Management Group and subsidized by Yuma County Housing Department-PHA Rental Assistance, Section 8. Located at 690 N. 10th Avenue, San Luis, AZ.
The Border Community Child Care Resource Center, BCCCRC -Nutrition is sponsoring a child nutrition program that helps providers to earn money.
BMG Property Management
BMG Property Management, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Comite de Bienestar, Inc. We are a for-profit Arizona corporation and have an Arizona Department of Real Estate Broker's licenses for property sales and management.
Comite de Bien Estar is a membership non-profit organization that strives to help members build assets and strengthen the community.
Comite S Mart
Comite S Mart Gas Station proudly serves the community of San Luis, AZ. We offer the best fuel prices in town and many other goods and services such as, snacks, cold beverages, coffee, and much more.
Comite S Mart Gas Station has the best fuel prices in town and offers several other goods and services such as, snacks, cold beverages, coffee, and much more. We are conveniently located at 706 Main St. San Luis, AZ 85349.
BCCCRC is a proud Arizona sponsor of the Child Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), otherwise known as the food program for childcare providers. As a sponsor of the CACFP, BCCCRC provides cash reimbursement to home-based childcare providers for meals served to children under their care. BCCCRC would like to help you join the CACFP and increase the quality of childcare and nutrition in Arizona, while earning money and working from home.
We will have the Self-Help Program construction ground breaking for groups 60 and 61 on June 21, 2014. These are 12 low-income families whom will be able to start construction on their homes this weekend, with the expectation of completion of their future home in an average of 8 months. Each one of the twelve homes being constructed consists of four bedrooms and is has a square footage of 1499.
Housing Assistance Council
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Rural Community Assistance Corporation
Campesinos Sin Fronteras