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Local Foundations Partner to Provide $16 Million for L.A. Housing Plan

Local Foundations Partner to Provide $16 Million for L.A. Housing Plan

May 10, 2016

Partnership will accelerate the development of permanent supportive housing, a cost-effective measure to address homelessness. LOS ANGELES – May 10, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF), Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and Weingart Foundation are partnering to provide $16 million in loans and grants to increase permanent housing solutions for our most vulnerable homeless neighbors. With the City of Los Angeles facing a state of emergency...

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MN Convening Report – Ending Youth Homelessness

MN Convening Report – Ending Youth Homelessness

May 7, 2016

The Role of Supportive Housing Solutions in Preventing and Ending Youth Homelessness Click on the link below to access the information Convening Report and Companion Materials for Attendees  

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CSH & Partners to NY: Expedite Plan to Create Affordable Housing

CSH & Partners to NY: Expedite Plan to Create Affordable Housing

May 6, 2016

Dear Governor Cuomo, Majority Leader Flanagan and Speaker Heastie: Our coalition of New York’s leading housing organizations applaud your recent approval of nearly $2 billion for affordable housing in the 2016-2017 state budget. Your commitment was a powerful step in advancing the State’s unprecedented $20 billion plan to build and preserve affordable housing and combat homelessness. We are also writing to urge you to expedite the disbursement...

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Moving On to Greater Independence

Moving On to Greater Independence

April 28, 2016

First ‘Moving On’ client leaves NYC supportive housing, relieving pressure on the City’s crowded shelter system New York, NY – April 28, 2016 – Today, Lantern Community Services client Matoka Joyner, 60, will become the first person in New York City to move out of supportive housing under the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and Robin Hood Foundation’s Moving On initiative. Matoka will move from Lantern’s supportive housing at...

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Subcontracting Opportunity: Coordinated Access System Navigation in Chicago

Subcontracting Opportunity: Coordinated Access System Navigation in Chicago

April 27, 2016

Due May 11, 2016 Description CSH is seeking subcontractors to provide support to Veteran households and households experiencing chronic homelessness in need of coordinated access system navigation support. Subcontractors provide direct services to households that have been assessed with a coordinated access tool and matched to a permanent housing provider. The System Navigators (SN) will work collaboratively with the Ending Veterans Homelessness...

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New Recommendations Released – Call for Fair Treatment for the Formerly Incarcerated

New Recommendations Released – Call for Fair Treatment for the Formerly Incarcerated

April 27, 2016

Today, CSH and 16 community partners released a set of recommendations to the New York City Supportive Housing Task Force focused squarely on the overwhelming need to ensure supportive housing for persons with criminal justice histories. People reentering our communities from incarceration have been shortchanged in every New York State and City supportive housing agreement to date. In the face of incredible barriers, many who have served their time...

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Waters Unveils Bill Removing Unfair Barriers to Housing

Waters Unveils Bill Removing Unfair Barriers to Housing

April 27, 2016

Measure Would Reform Eviction and Screening Policies WASHINGTON -- Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Ranking Member of the Committee on Financial Services, today introduced legislation that would remove unfair barriers to obtaining federal housing assistance, such as Public Housing and the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program. The proposal – unveiled during National Fair Housing Month and National Reentry Week – would reform eviction and...

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Orlando’s Housing-Healthcare Connection

Orlando’s Housing-Healthcare Connection

April 25, 2016

A Joint Blog by Deb De Santis and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer When CSH and the City of Orlando began our partnership, Orlando had already realized that great cities not only engineer and sustain vibrant business districts; they also uplift the most vulnerable among us. Working with regional partners such as Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, the community recognizes there isn’t a “one size fits all” approach to address the many faces of homelessness....

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Congressional Briefing: How Supportive Housing Keeps Families Together

Congressional Briefing: How Supportive Housing Keeps Families Together

April 25, 2016

In several communities across the country, supportive housing is producing better outcomes for families, preventing child removals, promoting timely reunifications, and helping to keep children safe. That’s the message delivered to U.S. Senate staff by CSH, Casey Family Programs, child welfare agencies, and supportive housing residents during a recent bipartisan Congressional briefing sponsored by U.S. Senators Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Brian...

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NJ DCA Issues RFP for Housing First

NJ DCA Issues RFP for Housing First

April 23, 2016

New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ Request for Proposals (RFP): State Rental Assistance Program: Housing First Initiative        Please click here for more information and the details of the RFP.

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Local Foundations Partner to Provide $16 Million for L.A. Housing Plan

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