Now is the time to contact Senators Cory Booker and Bob Menendez to urge prompt passage of the THUD spending bill without controversial riders.
While I’m disappointed the Governor didn’t sign this bill, I’m glad he recognizes the need for emergency assistance for some of our most vulnerable.
The National Alliance to End Homelessness has opened early registration for its 2016 National Conference on Ending Homelessness is now available.
Secretary Julián Castro announced $6,653,721 in second round of Housing and Urban Development funding to NJ communities working to end homelessness.
What is most alarming are the reports on the lives of the chronically homelessness who have lived in train stations and airports for years.
It is hard to imagine practicing good maternal health, caring for children, rebuilding a life after domestic violence without a place to call home.
With increased voucher funding, more low- and very low-income households living in poverty would have access to affordable housing.
The Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development shines a spotlight on NJ’s finest housing and economic development projects.
Fannie and Freddie would be prohibited from contributing to the NHTF until each company’s capital reserves reach 10% of their risk-weighted assets.
A key recommendation of the Justice in Aging report is to fund and develop sufficient permanent supportive housing for currently homeless seniors.