American Association of Community Colleges Highlights Columbus MHA Partnership That Provides Housing Opportunities for Community College Students


From the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC): 

Lack of affordable housing is a barrier for many in America and has left many community college students facing homelessness.

More than a quarter (26.6%) of all public community colleges have on-campus housing. And in the last year, more community colleges have been working—often in partnership with outside organizations — to provide affordable housing options for their students.

Housing Authority of Birmingham District Initiative to Boost School Attendance with Housing Incentives Sees Increasing Returns


From WBMA Birmingham:

The city of Birmingham, Birmingham City Schools, and the Housing Authority of the District of Birmingham (HABD) launched the "Every Day Counts" initiative in January as an effort to combat the issue of chronic absenteeism in schools.

Capitol Hill Briefing Recording: "Housing. Education. Health: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Improve Life Outcomes for Low-Income Americans"


On Wednesday, March 20, 2024, the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities’ (CLPHA) Housing Is Initiative and the Moving to Work (MTW) Collaborative, held a congressional briefing on Capitol Hill entitled “Housing. Education. Health: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Improve Life Outcomes for Low-Income Americans.”  


Services and subsidized housing for young adults coming through Bremerton HA project


From the Kitsap Sun:

A Warren Avenue property near downtown Bremerton, across from Kitsap Community Resources' home and once the site of three abandoned houses and a small commercial building, is now the site of an apartment building soon to become a Bremerton Housing Authority-owned housing option for disadvantaged young people.

Cambridge HA Work Force program helps high school students in public housing learn key life skills


From WBZ News Cambridge:

The Cambridge Housing Authority has a unique program for teens in Cambridge Public Housing where they address specific educational issues.

"Being the first in their family to graduate high school, to go to college. So we started saying, 'How can we get them through high school?'" said Deputy Director of Resident Services at Cambridge Housing Authority Kambiz Maali.

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