The Village at Garwood will address the need in central Union County for people 62 and older to “age in place” among family and friends.
The Senate made a historic change to the filibuster rule that paves the way for Representative Mel Watt’s (D-NC) confirmation as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
CEO Sheila Crowley sent a letter to the leaders of Budget Conference Committee, asking for support for the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) in the forthcoming budget agreement.
In NJ, 6.2% of mortgages from 2009-2012 were over $500,000. There is currently a shortage of 188,974 affordable and available units in NJ for the lowest income renters.
There is a blueprint and we can move forward so that one day none of the men and women who have served our country find themselves without a home.”
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), said “at the end of the day, the reality is that a bill that passes the Senate will likely fund the Housing Trust Fund.”
We look forward to this next round of funding being shaped by the needs of communities and residents impacted by the storm, and informed through a public conversation
This webinar focused on key federal policy issues affecting ending homelessness and creating affordable housing in New Jersey and next steps in advocating for funding.
November 13 at 1 p.m., NJ advocates will host a webinar, “Next Steps at the Federal Level: Advocating for Ending Homelessness and Creating Affordable Housing in Challenging Times.”
Advocates and residents felt hopeless in their ability to end the budget crisis, but this forum provided an example of how they can ensure their voices are heard.