HEALTH AND SAFETY
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR DISPLACED HOMEMAKER ACT
39-5004. Site selection. (a) In selecting sites for the centers established under this chapter, the administrator shall consider:
(1) The needs of each region of the state for a center;
(2) The needs of both urban and rural communities; and
(3) The availability of existing facilities adaptable for use as a center.
(b) The administrator may select a public or nonprofit private organization to administer the centers.
(c) The administrator is authorized to enter into contracts with and make grants to the organizations selected for the purpose of establishing and administering centers under this chapter.
(d) The administrator shall cooperate with other state, local and federal agencies to coordinate, through the service centers, all programs applicable to displaced homemakers and to avoid duplication of services.
(e) To the greatest extent possible, the staff of the service centers established under this chapter, including supervisory, technical and administrative positions, shall be filled by displaced homemakers. Where necessary, potential staff members shall be provided with on-the-job training.
[(39-5004) 39-4904, added 1980, ch. 333, sec. 1, p. 860; am. and redesig. 2005, ch. 25, sec. 62, p. 105.]
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