Showing posts from August 8, 2017

Have You Registered for SAMHSA’s 2017 Voice Awards?

Register To Attend SAMHSA's Voice Awards Wednesday, August 16, 2017 | Los Angeles, CA Arrivals and Partner-Sponsored Pre-Event – 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time  (6:15 p.m. Pacific Time) Voice Awards Program – 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time  (7:30 p.m. Pacific Time) Register To Attend in Person Register To Watch Online Hosted by Chef Robert Irvine , the 12th annual Voice Awards will honor people in recovery and their family members who are community champions seeking to improve the lives of people with mental illnesses and addictions. The program will also recognize writers and producers for their exemplary portrayals of military service members, their families, and the path to recovery. This year's Voice Awards will spotlight efforts that provide hope and support to past and present military service members and their families who have faced mental health and addiction challenges. This ye

VA Announces Extension of Funding for GPD Programs

VA Announces Extension of Funding to GPD Programs One year extension for programs not funded under NOFA  Last Friday, VA Secretary Shulkin announced that organizations that applied for Grant and Per Diem funding for FY 2018, but were “found ineligible due to new program guidelines” will receive a one year extension of funding. This funding extension is designed to keep programs operating through the fiscal year, and give them the opportunity to apply under a new, upcoming, NOFA. Little information beyond what has been announced through a VA Press Release  is available. The specifics of the extension will be shared with organizations through letters sent from the VA, and will include the scores of the organizations’ applications. NCHV is committed to sharing information about the evolving GPD funding process as we receive confirmed details. Furthermore, NCHV is committed

Facebook Dips Into Affordable Housing

In This Issue: Secret History of AMI ● When Deep-Income Targeting Doesn't Hit the Mark ● The "Greeding Out" of Affordable Housing ● Also: You Said It! ● In Case You Missed It ● Jobs ● More Tuesday, August 8, 2017 In This Issue: Secret History of AMI ● When Deep-Income Targeting Doesn’t Hit the Mark ● The “Greeding Out” of Affordable Housing ●  Also : You Said It! ● In Case You Missed It ● Jobs ● More Facebook Dips Its Toe Into Funding Housing Miriam Axel-Lute, Shelterforce Last summer, I got a call from a reporter from Fast Company . He said there were rumors that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wanted to take on the question of affordable housing in Si