The Common Sense Housing Investment Act of 2015, would invest more than $200 billion over ten years to expand the supply of affordable rental housing.
Increased funding for Housing Choice Vouchers can help close the Affordable Homes gap in NJ. Vouchers are a stepping stone that help families.
NJ Hill Day gives us the opportunity to push for our key priorities with Congress that can create homes people can afford and end homelessness.
Join us in signing the 302(b) allocations help ensure that the THUD Subcommittees have the resources they need to fully fund all housing programs.
Recovering from the devastation after Sandy has been overwhelming residents, especially for our neighbors who speak languages other than English.