For FY19, HUD needs approximately $1.3 billion more funding to maintain current program levels and renew existing housing assistance contracts.
A year-long CR at FY18 levels would result in deep cuts to critical housing programs and cause thousands of families to lose access to stable housing.
Post-9/11 veterans are 5% more likely than non-veterans of their own age, race, and gender struggle with housing affordability according to Apartment List.
A November 18, 2018 editorial in the Asbury Park Press makes the case that the State of New Jersey should start prioritizing affordable housing.”
Enterprise Community Partners and FrameWorks has published “Piecing it Together: A Framing Playbook for Affordable Housing Advocates.”