PRESS RELEASE (press contact - Kimberly Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org) Trump Administration suspends key civil rights provision in the Housing Choice Voucher program This week, HUD sent letters to public housing agencies (PHAs) covering 23 metropolitan areas, "suspending" a 2016 rule that would have allowed more families in the Housing Choice Voucher program to … [Read more...] about Press Release: August 15, 2017 HUD suspends implementation of key civil rights provision in the voucher program
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An Urban Institute-PRRAC policy report (2013). The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, administered by public housing agencies (PHAs) across the country, provides low income households the ability to affordably rent decent housing practically anywhere in the United States. And yet, they don’t. Studies have shown that … [Read more...] about Expanding Choice: Practical Strategies for Building a Successful Housing Mobility Program
A BRHP-PRRAC report. By Lora Engdahl (2009). In the Baltimore region, a successful housing mobility program is providing families living in very disadvantaged inner-city communities with a new home and a chance for a new life. Minority voucher holders in the federal Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly titled Section 8) have often been limited to living in “voucher … [Read more...] about New Homes, New Neighborhoods, New Schools: A Progress Report on the Baltimore Housing Mobility Program
December 3, 2007 ~ 10:00 to 4:00 ~ Baltimore, MD At the Annie E. Casey Foundation, 701 St. Paul Street Overview The forum on “Housing Mobility and Education: Improving the Transition to New Communities and Schools” was held in concert with an innovative regional housing mobility program in Baltimore that is dedicated to helping low income families voluntarily make the … [Read more...] about A Forum on Housing Mobility and Education: Improving the Transition to New Communities and Schools