Our leaders need to work together to ensure that our residents have a range of homes to choose from which will help our economy grow.
S. 825 would require housing providers to take steps to better meet the needs of female veterans and allow children of homeless veterans live in VA transitional housing programs.
The Department of Community Affairs announced on Friday April 19, 2013, the availability of a limited number of project-based vouchers for permanent, affordable housing for citizens with special needs.
On Wednesday, April 3, 2013, Services for the Underserved (SUS) is hosting a Social Impact Investment Conference in New York City from 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
This first-of-its-kind legislation authorizes federal grants to government agencies and nonprofit organizations to provide employment assistance, substance abuse treatment, housing, family programming, mentoring, victim support, and other services.
H.R. 386 would authorize the HUD Secretary to provide assistance to nonprofits and consumer cooperatives to expand the supply of supportive housing for very low-income veteran households.
Last week the Senate Appropriations Committee eliminated funding for the Second Chance Act in the fiscal year (FY) 2012 Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations bill. In contrast, the House Appropriations Committee provided $70 million in their FY12 funding bill. The Second Chance program was originally funded at $100 million in FY 2010, but that was reduced to $83 million in 2011. Members of Congress need to hear from you immediately about the importance of Second Chance Act funding. How You Can Help – Join the Council of State Governments’ Effort