$604,000 Grant Awarded to San Diego Housing Commission Achievement Academy to Create Healthcare Training Program for Youth


From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:

With funding from a new grant announced this week, the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) will launch a program to create a pathway for careers in healthcare for youth ages 18 through 26 in the City of San Diego who receive federal rental assistance.

CLPHA Applauds Biden-Harris Administration’s New Steps to Bridge Housing & Health Sectors Through New HUD/HHS Resources, Calls for Funding to Support These Efforts


(Washington, D.C.) November 17, 2023 — Sunia Zaterman, executive director of the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, released the following statement upon the Biden-Harris administration’s announcement yesterday of the U.S. Playbook to Address Social Determinants of Health and the CHIP Health-Related Social Needs Framework::

To The Point Podcast Episode 8: Creating Opportunities for PHAs to Partner with Community Behavioral Health Organizations


In a recent CLPHA member survey, 84 percent said access to behavioral and mental health services, including substance use treatment, is one of the biggest health challenges for their residents. PHA residents are dealing with everything from acute mental health crises to the stress and anxiety of living in poverty, but forward-thinking PHAs are collaborating with health partners to help address these behavioral health challenges.

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