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6.15.22 Report
The Terner Center for Housing Innovation released a report exploring how shelter use and perceived safety for individuals experiencing homelessness shifted during the pandemic. Through surveys of 287 homeless individuals in Sacramento between September – October 2021, researchers found that people...
5.31.22 Members Making News
From The DC Line: Dr. Catherine Crosland, medical director of emergency response sites at Unity Health Care, remembers an older man she used to care for — one of the first people admitted to DC’s Pandemic Emergency Program for Medically Vulnerable Individuals, or PEP-V, in the early days of the...
4.20.22 Report, Case Study
In March 2022, the University of California at Berkeley’s Terner Center for Housing Innovation released a report on California’s Homekey program, which allocated funding for public agencies to buy underused properties, namely hotels and motels, and convert them into housing for people...
6.30.21 Members Making News
From HUD PD&R's Edge: When the coronavirus pandemic emerged in spring 2020, agencies devoted to providing housing resources and homelessness services scrambled to build and adapt programs to keep people safe and sheltered. In the years preceding the pandemic, the San Diego Housing Commission (...
6.9.21 Members Making News
From The Columbus Dispatch: The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority will be using $21 million in new federal money to pay for emergency vouchers to house 298 homeless families. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded the money as part of $5 billion being...
4.7.21 Report, Analysis
In its annual report on the national and state-level shortage of affordable housing, the National Low-Income Housing Coalition found in this year’s The Gap report that the affordability gap continues, with again no state having an adequate supply of affordable homes for extremely low-...
12.29.20 Announcements
Nation-leading program participants close escrow on all 94 projects, representing 6,029 units of permanent housing for individuals experiencing homelessness Homekey acquisition phase finishes on-time and under budget All 51 awardees have also received at least one Operational Support Grant from...
12.16.20 Members Making News
From ABC 7 News: El Sereno community leaders and Caltrans have partnered with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles to help a group of homeless activists in the area. The group known as Reclaiming Our Homes started illegally occupying the Caltrans-owned homes in March. Now,...
11.5.20 Members Making News, Awards/Grants
From the Fresno Bee: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday the Fresno Housing Authority, in partnership with the city of Fresno, will receive nearly $16.5 million to purchase and rehabilitate three more motels to house people experiencing homelessness. The city and the county of Fresno have ...
11.5.20 Members Making News
From KPBS San Diego: The city of San Diego is planning to build on a successful pilot program for homeless San Diegans. Oftentimes San Diego’s homeless outreach efforts have been left to police officers, which can be dangerous for some unsheltered residents. The Coordinated Street...

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