How Partnerships Outside of HUD Address Homelessness
Partnerships to develop affordable housing often include HUD funding. Recently, however, institutions such as hospitals and local governments have been working outside of HUD and taking more active roles in addressing homelessness.
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Rent-to-Own Program Rehabilitates Abandoned and Foreclosed Properties
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Expanding Multigenerational Housing Options
The confluence of the shortage of affordable housing, a lack of housing suitable for older residents, inadequate retirement savings, and the particular health and social needs of older adults creates numerous challenges for older people to live affordably and safely and maintain their social connections in the communities of their choice.
Neighborhood Change: Tools for Getting an Early Look at Change
Newton’s first law of motion states that a body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to stay in motion. This law also appears to apply to neighborhood change.
Supportive Housing for Individuals With Mental Health Conditions in Columbus, Ohio
Opened in summer 2018 on the north side of Columbus, Ohio, Laurel Green Apartments is an affordable permanent supportive housing development for residents with mental health conditions.