A critical first step to ending chronic homelessness is to determine what specific combination of strategies are needed to increase the availability of permanent supportive housing locally.
In a May 6, 2016 op-ed to the Asbury Park Press, Shauna Moses makes an excellent argument for who it is so critical that New Jersey “Invest More in Mental Health.”
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 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.
The Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development shines a spotlight on NJ’s finest housing and economic development projects.
A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on April 20 to celebrate the long awaited opening of The Brookdale Senior Houisng at 60 Bergen Avenue, Teaneck NJ.
CBPP’s April 6. 2016 webinar featured a dialogue with Amy Ginger, HUD’s Director of Housing Voucher Programs, about how to improve utilization.
Integrating the treatment of mental-health and physical care can help relieve suffering and reduce some of the burden on the healthcare budget.