HUD’s Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs (SNAPS) will provide training on registration for the 2008 Continuum of Care competition on April 22, 2008 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET. The training will be conducted via a HUD webcast, and will include an overview of the new application process as well as instructions on […]
Posts on ending homelessness for families, youth, veterans and the chronically homeless.
In our travels this week we were able to attend numerous meetings. Among the meetings were Homeless Network Planning Committee in Camden and the Hudson Alliance to End Homelessness. Both groups have ten year plans to end homelessness and are actively working to develop and implement innovative strategies to end homelessness. At this week’s meetings […]
On April 16th the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary James B. Peake and U.S. Housing and Urban Development Deputy Secretary Roy A. Bernardi today announced $75 million to provide permanent supportive housing for an estimated 10,000 homeless veterans nationwide. At least seventy will be available in New Jersey. Thirty-five each were assigned to the […]
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 […]