From PIX 11 New York:
A new photo exhibit was launched earlier this month of women making a difference in their NYCHA communities. It’s called “the Community Matriarchs of NYCHA.”
From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:
After intermittent homelessness in the past, including two years at a women’s shelter program in San Diego, Melanie moved into a permanent affordable home of her own this month at Trinity Place, developed in collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) to provide furnished affordable studios with supportive services for seniors who experienced homelessness with chronic health issues.
As some of you know, CLPHA has operated an education working group since 2014. In 2016, we opened up our regular webinar series to non-CLPHA members while keeping roundtables and update sessions for CLPHA members only.
From the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority’s press release:
From the Los Angeles Sentinel:
From the Chicago-Sun Times:
Eighteen-year-old triplets Javier, Gerald Jr. and Miles Lumpkins are days away from heading to college — the first generation in their families to do so.
On Wednesday, their journey was made a little easier when, along with more than 170 other students at the Charles Hayes Center at 4859 S. Wabash, they took part in the Chicago Housing Authority’s annual Take Flight College Send Off.
From CBS 13 Baltimore:
Baltimore City officials held an event at Gilmor Homes on Thursday to sign up residents in Housing Authority of Baltimore City units for free broadband internet and to distribute computers and devices for access.
The internet service is part of a federal program, Emergency Broadband Benefit, created to help low-income Americans stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. HABC residents can choose their provider.
From the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority's press release:
The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority is pleased to announce a new initiative with Cincinnati Bell that will deliver high-speed Internet to over 1,200 family members in six CMHA properties.