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3.20.20
A new online community on HousingIs.org called CLPHA COVID-19 Coordination will serve as a go-to platform for PHAs to communicate with each other about preparedness and response efforts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The community enables users to share resources, ask questions of...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From the Times of San Diego: An annual resource fair at Golden Hall provided assistance Wednesday to 771 homeless people, organizers said. A man named Marcus, who declined to give his last name citing privacy, told San Diego Housing Commission staff he was there to find employment. He, his wife...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From Forbes: Once, these edifices were the bulwarks against illness. Today, they're part of the cure for the malaise afflicting housing availability. Nationwide, vacant hospitals, mental institutions and sanitariums are being recast as newly-opened apartment buildings. In communities from Los...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From Cleveland.com: Students fail assignments because they lack a home computer. Veterans have trouble making doctor’s appointments. Residents who need help paying utility bills can’t access their accounts online. Digital exclusion poses a daunting, isolating problem that includes a lack of...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From the Toledo Blade: A modest two-story house with sand-colored siding and dark green shutters will soon be home to three young men who are either aging out of foster care or exiting the Lucas County Juvenile Justice Center. It’s the first of what Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority President...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From MyCentralJersey.com: A groundbreaking was held for an affordable housing facility earmarked for residents 62 and over.   Rev. James F. Checchio, Bishop of Metuchen, and Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, were joined Feb. 25 by civic and...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From WTKR 3 News: Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority was awarded with over $400,000 from the U.S. Department and Urban Development. HUD awarded the NRHA with $478,500 to hire and retain service coordinators to help residents achieve economic and housing independence. Read WTKR...
3.4.20 Research, Report
Jobs Plus Implementation: This HUD report focuses on the implementation experiences of eight Jobs Plus grantees, and how those PHAs and their partners have structured case management and employment services, providing some insight on best practices for PHAs. The report also covers implementation...
2.20.20 Members Making News
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has named CLPHA Board Member and Elm City Communities President Karen DuBois-Walton as one of four new members of Connecticut’s State Board of Education. The board establishes academic standards and sets policy for the state’s school districts, including preschool,...
2.19.20 Members Making News
From the New Haven Independent: Over 100 public-housing tenants are receiving two years of free internet service and free tablets in return for a promise — to attend classes on how to use them to improve their lives. That transaction unfolded Wednesday evening at an event at the Cornell Scott...

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