Call your member to tell him or her about the critical importance of the Housing Choice Voucher and McKinney-Vento Homelessness Assistance Programs.
The legislation includes a total of $42 billion for HUD - an increase of $1B above the fiscal year (FY) 2015 enacted level and $3B below the request.
If our nation invests in the targeted programs we know work, we can make similar progress in tackling other forms of homelessness.
Vouchers are a stepping stone for families with children, seniors, and people with disabilities keep a roof over their head and make ends meet.
The budget restores a total of 67,000 vouchers that were lost due to the across-the-board spending cuts enacted in March 2013 known as sequestration.