Focus: HOPE is offering a free computer training program in an effort to teach people how to use a computer.

“Both on the basics and then some electives about how to maneuver around the computer. Secondly, free or a very low cost Internet services, but we are looking to provide the Internet services for free,” said Monique Tate with Focus: HOPE’s Connect Your Community project.

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Tate says the program is offering small subsidies to help people buy computers.

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“We are working to get computers into the homes of 5,000 families within the city of Detroit,” said Tate.

But she says right now, more funding is needed.

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For more information, call (313) 494-4198.