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12.18.19 Members Making News
From 89.7 WKSU: The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority says more than 20,000 families are waiting for housing assistance. A federal grant will allow it to help some of those most in need. The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA) is calling the project the Mainstream Voucher Program...
12.18.19 Members Making News
From the Associated Press: Boston has been awarded $1.8 million in federal funding to provide homes for residents with disabilities and homeless people. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the funding for the Boston Housing Authority from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on...
12.18.19 Members Making News
From the Charlotte Observer: A coalition of Charlotte affordable housing advocates wants to ban landlords from refusing tenants because they pay with government vouchers or other forms of income, such as disability payments or child support. Charlotte would be the first city in North Carolina to...
12.5.19 Awards/Grants, Members Making News
The Kresge Foundation awarded a $100,000 planning grant to the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership to help increase health equity through housing in Baltimore in collaboration with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The grant will...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From Cleveland.com: Poor communication, low rental rates, and a time-consuming inspection process are among the frustrations local landlords say they have with the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Locally, the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority is the primary administrator of...
10.10.19 Members Making News
From Affordable Housing Finance: Forty-three people who were homeless have moved into The Beacon, a new supportive housing community in downtown San Diego. The new development is the latest project from nonprofit Wakeland Housing and Development Corp. “The Beacon is really about bringing a sense...
9.12.19 Members Making News
From the Los Angeles Daily News: As students across the Los Angeles Unified School District headed back to classrooms Tuesday, district officials heralded a new partnership with city and county housing agencies aimed at providing support to a number of housing insecure and homeless...
8.8.19 Members Making News
From Next City: "The need for this program far exceeds available resources.” That was how the Housing Authority of the City of Austin put it when it reopened its waitlist for Housing Choice Vouchers last September for the first time in four years. The Housing Choice Voucher program,...
7.11.19 Members Making News
From KTVA: Gov. Mike Dunleavy has eliminated the state's senior benefits program, one of 182 line item budget vetoes he made to the state's operating budget last week. But organizations with federal funding, like the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, are still offering assistance for older...
7.11.19 Members Making News
From the New Haven Independent: The fine red pile of bricks that was once the Ivy Street School might once again help homeless families get back on their feet thanks to a new experiment. If people in New Haven pitch in. The experiment was hatched by Christian Community Action (CCA) and the...

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