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12.5.19 Members Making News
From WBEZ 91.5 Chicago:  Cassandra Jones has a goal: to be the first person in her family to graduate from college. Currently, Jones is studying communications at Harold Washington College, a two-year community college located downtown and part of the City Colleges of Chicago. She plans...
12.5.19 Resources
In the newest episode of their podcast series Frame[s] of Mind, the FrameWorks Institute examines how using an evidence-based approach can help change narratives about affordable housing and lead to shifts in policy. The episode, "How Can Affordable Housing Be Elevated as a Social Justice Issue?,"...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From The Columbian: Vancouver Housing Authority looks to change the state’s definition of affordable housing. Currently under state law affordable rental housing means costs (including utilities) do not exceed 30 percent of a household’s monthly income. This definition, however, doesn’t jibe with...
12.5.19 Research
Policymakers at the state and federal level have been testing ways to recognize the interconnectedness of health and housing outcomes. In a new blog post for the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Stuart Butler of the Brookings Institution explores multiple examples of multisector...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From FOX4 News Kansas City: By the end of the month, Pendleton Arts Block will be filled with tenants. It's Kansas City's newest mixed-income living space. "This will be a new neighborhood for me. I came from St. Joseph, Mo. Now I'm relocating back here," freelance artist and new tenant...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From the Fresno Housing Authority's newsletter: A letter from our Chief of Staff and Director of Strategic Initiatives & Housing Programs   Each year, as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I like to take time to reflect on what we as an organization are truly thankful for—our partners...
12.5.19 Members Making News
On Wednesday, November 13, HACLA joined with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Councilman Joe Buscaino, and community partners in the fight against homelessness for the opening of A Bridge Home Imperial. This shelter will provide interim housing and supportive services for 100 women and men...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From the Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency's newsletter: Since opening on September 6th as a temporary shelter at the Capitol Park Hotel on 9th Street, 110 homeless residents who had been living on the street in Sacramento’s downtown and midtown areas have accepted housing at...
12.5.19
CLPHA is pleased to announce part of our education webinar series is now open to the general public! Please join us for our next webinar on Tuesday, December 12, 2:00-3:00pm ET for a presentation from the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA), a coalition of hundreds of private and public agencies...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From the Delaware County Daily Times: The Ruth L. Bennett Community Farm wound down its fall selling season by sending its new youth contingent to the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s “It Takes a Region” conference in Jersey City, N.J. Four city students who worked the farm...

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