The House Appropriations THUD Subcommittee voted on June 18th its FY 2014 funding bill, which cut almost all HUD programs by 35% compared to FY 2013.
emergency solutions grants
Last week HUD released the allocations for FY13 for CDBG, HOME, ESG and HOPWA. NJ’s allocation for the Emergency Solutions Grant decreased by $2.2M or 28% from 2012.
Using data from New Jersey’s Homeless Management Information System and dividing the state into three regions, Monarch Housing Associates has created three Regional – Northern, Central, and Southern – Homeless Assessment Reports.
Only Congressmen Pascrell and Sires have signed this year’s letter to fund homeless programs at $2.381 billion. It is not too late for the rest of our House delegation to sign.
On April 9, 2013, the National Alliance to End Homelessness released its third annual assessment of homelessness in America, the State of Homelessness in America 2013.