Special Needs Housing Partnership Loan Program (SNHPLP), which creates safe, affordable supportive housing for people with special needs, is getting a $10 million infusion.
A Roadmap to Ending Homelessness, lays out a comprehensive approach that advocates hope the briefing book will motivate the next administration to implement these well-tested interventions immediately.
Children living in households experiencing homelessness are both more likely to have special needs and also end up in schools that have a high concentration of poverty
To mark the 27th anniversary of the LIHTC, the Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission has published 13 commentaries highlighting the federal program’s success factors and lessons learned.
HUD’s incredible staff and partners have made a positive difference in the lives of people who experience what we cannot imagine: having no safe place to call home.