During a briefing from HUD on its proposed operating reserve offset implementation plans on Monday, NAHRO made it clear to HUD Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Sandra Henriquez that NAHRO will remain strongly opposed to this proposal and will continue its advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill against it.
In case you missed it, HUD announced on Tuesday, June 14, in its 2010 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress that the number of homeless persons in the U.S. remained steady between 2009 and 2010, despite the economic downturn. The report also found that long term homelessness has decreased due to a significant increase in permanent supportive housing units.
Around the country, college students are joining in the fight for affordable housing. Architecture students at the University of Oregon have done the research, now they’re ready to make a difference.
Attention NAHRO members! This summer, anyone who registers for a NAHRO seminar will be eligible to win an iPod Shuffle! A winner will be randomly selected for each seminar held in July and August. Click here to register.