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Affordable Housing, Community Development, Supportive Housing
April 30, 2012
United Way 2-1-1 has released an online re-entry directory of services to aid individuals who have been released from incarceration and those who work to support them.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Homelessness, Reports and Publications, Supportive Housing
April 30, 2012
A 5-part series from the San Diego U-T called Health Care 911 explores the issue of frequent users of health services who tend to be individuals suffering from homelessness.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Reports and Publications, Supportive Housing
April 26, 2012
IForum shows connections between housing patterns and poor health outcomes, offers ways to plan for a built environment that makes “the healthy choice the easy choice.”
Affordable Housing, Federal News, Homelessness, Supportive Housing
April 24, 2012
Senate’s proposed FY13 Budget for HUD offers increased funding for vouchers, but sticks close to Obama FY13 budget proposal in most areas.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, State News, Supportive Housing
April 23, 2012
Agenda Items for the State Bond Commission Meeting on April 27, 2012 have been released.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Reports and Publications, Supportive Housing
April 18, 2012
CSH has released the first two interim reports for the Multiyear Connecticut Supportive Housing Evaluation, authored by Abt Associates
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Supportive Housing
April 18, 2012
Wilton Commons broke ground on a 51 unit affordable senior housing development on April 11.
Community Development, Homelessness, Supportive Housing
April 17, 2012
Jeffrey Brenner MD, mapped the location of the highest utilizers of health services and discovered “hot spots” of these groups.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, Supportive Housing
April 17, 2012
CCEH will establish a statewide Rapid Rehousing program this summer.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Reports and Publications, Supportive Housing
April 11, 2012
Center for Housing Policy
By 2050, the 65+ population in America will swell to almost 90 million, more than double what it is now and will account for 1 in every 5 people.