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Senior Housing Policy Recommendation Report

For Immediate Release September 14, 2018 Contact: Melissa Chalker 609-421-0206 Trenton—New Jersey Foundation for Aging (NJFA) and its partners have released recommendations to address a crucial need to expand the amount of affordable housing available to seniors in the Garden State. The increase in the aging population coupled with the…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Release Date: September 11, 2018 Contact: Denis Theriault, denis.theriault@multco.us At a joint work session Tuesday, September 11, commissioners from Portland and Multnomah County will hear a briefing from our colleagues at Corporation of Supportive Housing (CSH), who have done excellent work to complete a full report outlining:…
The national nonprofit CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) today announced it has joined the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York (FHLBNY) cooperative of eligible commercial banks, credit unions, savings institutions, community development financial institutions (CDFI) and insurance companies. As an FHLBNY member, CSH now has access to the competitively…
Ann Arbor, MI – Avalon Housing has received a conditional reservation of tax credits from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) for 34 new units of affordable housing at Hickory Way Apartments, 1110 and 1132 South Maple Road in Ann Arbor. This award is for the first phase of…

Jericho Project and B&B Urban Open Walton House

First Supportive Housing Residence Under Mayor Bill de Blasio's NYC 15/15 Supportive Housing Plan The $35.6-million dollar, 10-story building built by Jericho Project and B&B Urban in the Bronx features 89 apartments for formerly homeless and low-income veterans and young adults, many of whom identify as LGBTQ Jericho Project, a…
Youth leaving foster care more likely than youth exiting homeless shelters to access supportive and subsidized housing As part of the City’s effort to preventing and ending youth homelessness and ensuring New York City is a place where all youth can prosper and thrive, regardless of their demographics or life…
New Tenant Anti-Harassment Unit will be dedicated to responding to tenant complaints of harassment in buildings across the city New York—Mayor de Blasio today announced that his administration financed 32,116 affordable homes last year, breaking the all-time record previously set by former Mayor Ed Koch in 1989 of 25,243 units.…
Five-Year Housing Plan Will Include Plans for a 21 Percent Increase in Housing Available for Chicago’s Most Vulnerable Residents Mayor's Press Office 312.744.3334 Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced a commitment to support 1,600 new units of housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Chicago. The commitment is part of…
Joint initiative aimed at reducing homelessness located in at-risk communities has housed nearly 90% of initial families FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 14, 2018 CONTACT: Jennifer Rottner 312-743-1719 Jennifer.rottner@cityofchicago.org The Department of Family and Support Services today announced the latest update on the Families in Transition program, an unprecedented joint initiative…

Making the LEAP

JPMorgan Chase to invest in program that supports The Way Home local homeless response system and addresses the affordable housing crisis. Houston, TX – Citing increased rents and a sharp drop in vacancies after Hurricane Harvey, JPMorgan Chase & Co. has joined with the Houston Housing Authority, Coalition for the…

Chicago Family Homelessness Research Project Study

MEDIA ADVISORY   |  PRESS CREDENTIALS RECOMMENDED Two-part press conference formally releasing Chicago Family Homelessness Research Project Study, a report compiled by utilizing data from Chicago’s Homelessness Services System and the Chicago Public Schools Part 1: Release & Explanation of Family Homelessness Research Study – University of Chicago Urban Labs (Note…
IUPUI, Heartland Alliance Health's Midwest Harm Reduction Institute and CSH partner to enhance a program for chronically homeless individuals, families INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO and NEW YORK -- Professionals in the homeless service and housing sectors now have access to e-learning modules and distance-based technical assistance to strengthen their knowledge and their…
Today in Portland, locally based health care and housing leaders, and city and county representatives met with organizations from Los Angeles to learn how other communities are creating and then leveraging coordination to end homelessness. Sponsors of the summit include CareOregon, Kaiser Permanente and Portland Metro. “Supportive housing solves chronic…
More Than Half of the 293 Affordable, Sustainable Homes at CAMBA Gardens Phase II Set Aside for Homeless Families and Individuals CAMBA Gardens Phase II Co-Locates Housing and Healthcare Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the grand opening of CAMBA Gardens Phase II, a $100 million affordable, supportive, and sustainable…
WHAT: On Wednesday, April 4, leaders from Ability Housing, the City of Orlando and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation will break ground on a new multifamily housing development, Village on Mercy, bringing 166 affordable apartment homes to the Mercy Drive corridor. The development will comprise of four apartment buildings, a…

Rice U. event to focus on resilient housing

MEDIA ADVISORY David Ruth 713-348-6327 david@rice.edu Amy McCaig 713-348-6777 amym@rice.edu HOUSTON – (March 21, 2018) – Local and national experts will discuss how resilience strategies can shape Houston’s affordable housing system at a March 27 event hosted by Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research and the Houston office of…
Tulsa – CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) has selected the Community Service Council (CSC) to receive a grant of technical assistance to further advance a Pay For Success initiative undertaken by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS), designed to help youth ages 17-25 transitioning out…
Memphis – CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) has selected the Community Alliance for the Homeless (CAFTH) to receive a grant that will determine if Pay For Success (PFS) financing can help create supportive housing for families without homes who also experience high instances of open child welfare cases. CSH anticipates…
Albuquerque – CSH (Corporation for Supportive Housing) has selected New Mexico Appleseed to receive a grant that will determine if Pay For Success (PFS) financing can help create supportive housing for families without homes who also experience high instances of open child welfare cases. CSH anticipates Appleseed will receive approximately six…

CSH Releases 2017 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Policies Report (QAP)

CSH is pleased to present “2017 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Policies Promoting Supportive Housing & Recommendations for 2018 & 2019”. This new report builds on our assessment of 2016 Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) policies and examines the strategies Housing Credit agencies adopted to foster and encourage supportive housing development…

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