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Community Development and Housing News: July 19, 2021

Posted by NMA on Jul 19, 2021 9:30:00 AM

The White House hosts a virtual Eviction Prevention Summit, Oregon passes several affordable housing bills, HUD announces key staff appointments, and more.

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White House Hosts Virtual Summit on Eviction Prevention

The White House's virtual Eviction Prevention Summit featured a panel of administration officials and private breakout sessions on the subject of designing and administering accessible emergency rental assistance programs that reach people with the greatest risk of eviction. Read article

 

Oregon Legislature Passes Bills to Expand Renter Protections and Increase Affordable Housing Supply

During its 2021 legislative session, Oregon passed several bills to build and maintain affordable housing, protect renters, and address homelessness. Throughout the session, the Oregon Housing Alliance and Housing Oregon mobilized affordable housing advocates from across the state to share why a safe, stable, affordable, and accessible home is critical. Read article

 

HUD Announces Key Staff Appointments

HUD has announced several key additions to its staff—a talented and diverse group of individuals ready to tackle the nation's housing challenges. Read article

 

New Report Shows How People with Disabilities Would Benefit from Housing Voucher Expansion

A recent report by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities identifies an unmet need for affordable housing among people with disabilities. Analyzing American Community Survey data, the authors estimate that more than 4 million people with disabilities spend more than half their income on rent. Read article

 

New Study Finds that Providing People Experiencing Homelessness with Housing has Positive Impacts on Health, Crime, and Employment

A study released by Elior Cohen at UCLA finds that targeted housing assistance to people experiencing homelessness reduces crime, increases employment, and improves health. Additionally, participation in housing programs reduces the probability of returning to the homeless support system. Read article

 

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