“How can the U.S. End Homelessness? Giving people access to support services and a place to stay can reduce the number of those living on the streets. But can that be done affordably?”
The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) has developed resources to assist in the implementation of the National Housing Trust Fund and funding at the state level.
LIHTC is a crucial tool in the development of permanent, affordable and supportive housing such as Kilmer Homes which transformed lives.
On Tuesday, May 17, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) will host a webinar to discuss New Jersey’s National Housing Trust Fund.
The House is at a stalemate in advancing its proposed budget resolution approved by the Budget Committee in March 2016 in a party-line vote.
The funding priority in the NHTF allocation plan should consider how project underwriting supports the financial feasibility of the project beyond the required 30-year period.
Senator Cantwell is collecting personal stories from people who have struggled to afford housing and/or have experienced homelessness.
The RSC’s plan aims to “modernize America’s social safety net and empower individuals through work” and streamlining affordable housing programs.
Local officials expressed a commitment to help those living in the encampment. “Nobody should have to live like this,” Clifton City Council Member Lauren Murphy said.
Mildred’s life turned around with a place to call home, Mildred found permanent work in a nursing home. Her daughter’s grades went up, she attended the prom and she graduated.