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10.6.22 CLPHA Member Update
October 11, 2:00 PM ET Register now for the Housing Is Working Group's next member roundtable on October 11 at 2:00 p.m. ET to discuss how behavioral health needs in your communities affect your work, how your PHA is addressing these needs, and what additional supports you need to...
10.6.22 CLPHA Member Update
Survey Assistance Available Via Zoom Office Hours on 10/13, 10/20 and 10/27 at 2pm ET CLPHA’s Housing Is Initiative has created a survey that examines health, education, and other related initiatives provided by housing authorities and cross-system...
9.29.22 Report, Research
Lessons From a Historic Decline in Child Poverty, a new report from Child Trends, found that housing assistance played a significant role in reducing childhood poverty. The report examines the effects of social safety net programs on the Supplemental Poverty Measure from 1993 – 2019. Overall,...
9.28.22 CLPHA Advocacy
Housing Is to Host Roundtable on Next Steps on Behavioral Health Integration for PHAs  In 2020, 52.9 million adults were affected by mental illness. However, challenges like access and affordability make it hard for people to access care. Behavioral health has been a major challenge for PHAs...
9.27.22 Members Making News
From Sandra Williams', Director of  State Government Affairs at Charter Communications, op-ed  on Cleveland.com: I read with interest the recent story about local nonprofits bringing digital literacy to Cleveland residents. (“College student found his real passion,”...
9.27.22 Members Making News
From the San Jose Spotlight: San Jose is partnering with various agencies on a multi-million-dollar project to transform a hotel into housing for youth transitioning out of foster care. The city approved a nearly $2.8 million grant to close the funding gap on a $32 million affordable housing...
9.27.22 Members Making News
From the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority's press release: The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and Beacon 360 Management Inc. announced today they have finalized a $15.6 million financing plan that allows development to begin on Harriet’s Hope, a 52-...
9.27.22 Members Making News
From Bloomberg: New York City is partnering with Charter Communications Inc. and Altice USA Inc. to provide free high-speed internet and basic cable TV service to about 300,000 residents of public housing.  Called “Big Apple Connect,” the program aims to bridge the...
9.15.22
Restrictions on abortion access resulting from the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision will have major consequences and lasting impacts for low-income women and families, many of whom are receiving federal housing assistance. In addition to a host of socio-emotional and physical challenges, unintended...
9.15.22 Members Making News
Last month, Bloomberg compiled stories from ten women about what their decisions to terminate their pregnancies meant for them and how the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision will affect women’s abilities to make choices about their lives. CLPHA Board Member Ivory Mathews, executive director of Home...

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