NAEH has posted an audio confernce on Designing a Local Housing Subsidy Program. Housing subsidies are a key ingredient in ending family homelessness. Unfortunately, federal subsidies are scarce and difficult to obtain. Programs are responding by developing their own subsidy programs, including short-term, shallow, and declining subsidies. This audio conference will feature Beth Stokes, executive […]
Posts on ending homelessness for families, youth, veterans and the chronically homeless.
The MacArthur Foundation Mental Health Policy Research Network, according to NAEH, has prepared a series of issue briefs on the intersection of mental health and other areas of public policy, including housing. NAEH stated “the brief on housing examines the challenges that individuals with severe and persistent mental illness face when trying to find safe […]
We wanted to share this summary of the funding that was approved in the FY 2008 Budget for permanent, affordable and supportive housing for the homeless. The list was prepared by Sarah Kahn of the National Alliance to End Homelessness. This is a significant accomplishment in a budget year that appeared at one time to […]
Dallas County commissioners concluded it was feasible for the county to contribute $1 million annually to pay for a new homeless assistance center.
On September 18, 2007, the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders unanimously approved a resolution endorsing the Homeless Trust Fund.