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7.6.22 Members Making News
From KION 46 News: State leaders announced two major Project Homekey sites have been awarded millions of dollars in funding to help with homeless housing in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties. The Santa Cruz County site, located along Park Avenue in Soquel, received $10.4 million from the state...
7.6.22 Report
A newly published study from researchers at the NYU Furman Center analyzes how Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Programs can be designed to prevent homelessness. The study draws on in-depth interviews with 15 ERA Program administrators and data from two rounds of a national survey on such...
6.22.22 CLPHA Member Update
Today, HUD issued a press release announcing $43 million to fund 4000 new incremental vouchers available to PHAs to serve homeless households, including those at-risk of homelessness; fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking; and...
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...
6.15.22 Research, Analysis
In a recent article for Governing, “SRO Housing, Nearly Zoned Out of Existence, Could Re-Emerge,” author Jake Blumgart explores the history and future of single-room occupancy (SRO) units. SRO units are an important form of affordable housing for low-income people. However, beginning in the early...
6.15.22 Members Making News
Vancouver Housing Authority recently celebrated the opening of an assisted living facility that will house 40 formerly homeless individuals with behavioral health challenges—the first of its kind in Washington state. Prior to constructing Tenny Creek Assisted Living there hasn’t really been a...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From KUSI News San Diego: Outside of the homeless encampment in an unincorporated area of El Cajon, no other camp has gotten as much notoriety as the one in the Midway District. At one time, well over 100 people living in a tent city along Sports Arena Boulevard, creating a huge negative impact...
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...
5.4.22 Report, Research
The Coalition for the Homeless annual report, State of the Homeless, grades both New York City and State on their abilities to meet the needs of unsheltered individuals, offer access to low-barrier shelters and psychiatric services, and provide affordable housing options for extremely low-income...
4.20.22 Members Making News
From Patch.com: The Housing Authority of Cook County is developing apartment units for low-income veterans, the organization announced. According to officials, money for the project will come through a multimillion dollar loan from the county. Last week, officials announced the $4.25 million fund...

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