Showing posts from September 21, 2018

From Our Federal Partners: Making the Case for Ending Homelessness and Preserving Affordable Housing Webinar – September 25, 2018

In order to end homelessness, we must increase the supply of affordable housing in our communities. That means convincing a wide range of stakeholders to support affordable housing initiatives. In this webinar, hosted by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH), communications expert Tiffany Manuel will provide a framework and strategies for building the case for affordable housing. A community will then walk through how their case-making efforts lead to success. Title: Making the Case for Ending Homelessness and Preserving Affordable Housing: Building Public Will Around Both Issues Date: September 25, 2018 Time: 2:00 PM EDT Register for this webinar            

HUD AAQ #125773: Allowed PSH Expenses

​​Question Status: Answered Question Related To: Continuum of Care Program Question ID: 125773 Question Subject: Emergency housing question Question Text: I have an issue that we have never dealt with in the past and wanted to reach out for guidance. One of our tenants woke up yesterday to the ceiling falling in in their kitchen.  Long story short, there was an issue with the HVAC in the attic and water had been pooling for quite some time.  The landlord has put the family in a hotel for a few days but the damage is extensive and it will likely take more than 2 weeks to fix all the issues.  The landlord has stated they are unable to keep the family in the hotel and that as the house is uninhabitable the lease is automatically terminated.  We are working with the landlord now to see what other options we have but we will likely not be able to get them back into the unit.  The landlord also found some other issues in the house and has said they would be termina