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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...
4.20.22 Members Making News
From The Journal Record: Construction of an affordable housing development that has been in the planning stages for years could begin by fall if the Oklahoma City Council approves needed funding next week. Phase One of the three-phase Creston Park Neighborhood Affordable Housing Project in...
4.20.22 Members Making News
From the Yakima Herald: The city of Yakima has added a new data point for tracking long-term housing progress in Yakima: completed units. “One piece of data that was discussed during the Housing Action Plan process last year was tracking not just permits issued, but permits completed,”...
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...
4.20.22 Research, Report
Urban Institute published an updated evaluation of the Pro Neighborhoods Purple Line Collaborative that summarizes activities from November 2020 to September 2021 in the second year of a grant that provides targeted loan capital, technical assistance, and supports for projects related to...
4.20.22 Members Making News
From Seattle Credit Union and the Tacoma Housing Authority's press release: Seattle Credit Union is excited to announce an expansion into Tacoma in the summer of 2022. The credit union’s mission is to provide financial support and opportunities for communities that are underserved and have...
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 Members Making News
From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release: Seniors age 62 and older who have low income will have 175 new affordable housing opportunities in Rancho Bernardo upon the completion of a new development in collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC), which celebrated its...
4.20.22 Members Making News
From Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service: Willie Hines Jr. once lived in public housing. Now he’s the first African American person to lead the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, or HACM, in its 78-year history. “I thrived from growing up in public housing,” Hines said. “This is an...
4.20.22 Members Making News
At the first Earth Day celebration in 1970, the focus was on environmental education and protection. 52 years later, the environmental movement understands that the most vulnerable and communities of color are often the first and most affected by climate instability and change. Because public...

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