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Community Development and Housing News: June 21, 2022

Posted by NMA on Jun 21, 2022 10:30:00 AM

HUD provides guidance on Public Housing Operating Fund Shortfall Funding and expands housing counseling agency locator tools; the Office of PD&R releases an issue of Evidence Matters on youth homelessness; and San Francisco addresses homelessness in the transgender community.

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PIH Issues Notice on OpFund Shortfall Funding from FFY 2022 Appropriations

Notice PIH 2022-17, titled “Implementation of Public Housing Operating Fund Shortfall Funding from Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2022 Appropriations,” provides guidance on eligibility, the application process, and other requirements for funding set aside by the 2022 Appropriations Act to assist PHAs experiencing or at risk of financial shortfalls. Read notice

 

HUD Expands Housing Counseling Agency Locator Tools

New online and phone technology will help consumers seeking housing counseling to find information more easily. Enhanced online search capability in English and Spanish includes improved navigation and search options, smartphone capability, and map integration. The automated telephone information delivery system includes translation services in more than 200 different languages. Read article

 

Evidence Matters: Intersectionality of Youth Homelessness

This issue of Evidence Matters discusses the intersectional aspects of youth homelessness. Learn about the prevalence of youth homelessness in the United States and its impact on youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning, and the range of other ways people identify, as well as people of color. Read issue

 

San Francisco Mayor Releases Historic Plan to End Transgender Homelessness

A newly released plan from San Francisco Mayor London Breed aims to end homelessness among transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) people in the city by 2027. The budget would dedicate $6 million over two years to fund short-term rental subsidies, flexible financial assistance, and building capacity for organizations serving the TGNC community. NLIHC reports on the plan. Learn more

 

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Topics: PIH notices, Industry News, Shortfall Funding

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