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5.4.22 Members Making News
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month  8th Annual Housing Is Summit Focuses on Health and Housing It has been shown that housing instability has an impact on a range of health issues, including mental health. At the national level, the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities has...
4.28.22 CLPHA Member Update
HUD recently sent the following announcement to PHAs regarding new resources that can help PHAs and State Medicaid Agencies house seniors and persons with disabilities: The Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced additional funding...
4.20.22 Report
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) recently released a brief analyzing a survey conducted last September through the Remodeling Futures program on renters’ concerns regarding how their homes impact their health. Survey results showed that 43 percent of renter households worry...
4.20.22
Wednesdays in May 2022 | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Add to your calendar! HUD and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are teaming up to present a webinar series this May during National Mental Health Awareness...
4.6.22 Members Making News
From CBS Austin: A new health care option coming to an area of Austin that's been lacking those kinds of services for decades. A new community health center will be opening later this year at the Chalmers Courts in East Austin. Chalmers Courts had its beginnings in 1939. It was one of the first...
1.28.22 Notice / Announcement, CLPHA Member Update
HUD recently announced $4 million in new funding is available for PHAs to conduct testing and as-needed mitigation of radon in the units that they manage and, where applicable, to support the development of a plan for future testing and mitigation. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...
1.26.22 Members Making News
From the Boston Herald: Boston’s kicking in $40 million to create 718 new housing units, Mayor Michelle Wu announced. “Housing is health,” Wu said in a press conference on Tuesday. “It is opportunity and safety and stability and a monthly foundation for our recovery from this pandemic.” In total...
1.26.22 Members Making News
From The NYCHA Journal: In 2021, NYCHA farms produced 22,000 pounds of organic fresh vegetables, greens, and herbs. There are currently seven farms on the Authority’s open spaces. The inaugural farm at Red Hook Houses was launched in 2013. The other six farms are located at Wagner Houses, Howard...
1.26.22 Research
A new research article published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine found that eviction causes not only financial shock, poor mental health, and displacement, but also impacts healthcare utilization and healthcare access. From a database of 20,810 reported residential evictions in...
1.26.22
In order to identify and address COVID-19 needs and ongoing priorities for our PHA members, CLPHA conducted a survey in January 2021 as part of our grant from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy. In November 2021, CLPHA conducted a follow-up survey to examine the successes PHAs have made during...

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