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7.24.18 Member Profile, Members Making News
In Pittsburgh, HACP and Partners Go Above and Beyond to Fill a Childcare Gap for Low-Income Families   Pittsburgh’s low-income families and public housing residents with nontraditional work schedules have an innovative new childcare option, thanks to the Housing Authority of the...
7.6.18 CLPHA Comments
On July 6, CLPHA submitted comments on HUD’s Notice for comment on potential changes to their Housing Choice Voucher renewal funding formula. Thank you to members who provided feedback. Please see below for our final comments and send any questions or comments to Emily Warren at ewarren@...
6.28.18 CLPHA Advocacy, Members Making News
Jeffery K. Patterson, CEO of the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority of Cleveland, Ohio, and Vice President of the CLPHA Board of Directors, appeared on behalf of CLPHA before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services’ Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance for a hearing...
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Housing Authority of the City of Austin (HACA) has earned a perfect score in this year’s Section Eight Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) review. HACA has maintained a HUD High Performer status under SEMAP for the last 15 years.
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority is the latest PHA to launch a local ConnectHome program. ConnectHome Akron, part of the national ConnectHome Initiative started by HUD under the Obama Administration to help bridge the digital divide in low-income communities, will begin...
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Houston Housing Authority has opened Independence Heights Apartments, the housing authority's first new housing development in a decade. Independence Heights will provide 154 mixed income units, with some units set aside for elderly, disabled, and veteran residents.
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) published a video about the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's research on Moving Forward, CHA's case management and work requirement initiative.
6.13.18 Members Making News
The San Diego Housing Commission cut the ribbon on Mesa Verde Apartments, an 89-unit affordable housing community in San Diego's Navajo region. The project cost $33.9 million and will remain affordable for at least 55 years.
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) held a Neighborhood Health Day at its Pueblo Del Rio community in partnership with Cedars Sinai Medical Center and COACH for Kids. The event offered residents free health screenings and promoted healthy living.
6.13.18 Members Making News
The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) won 42 achievement awards from the National Association of Counties (NACo). HACSB earned the awards for its exemplary programs in senior and children services, public health, and literacy encouragement, among other areas. 

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