CSH is partnering with Delivering Innovations in Supportive Housing (DISH) to deliver a 3-part series covering the nuts and bolts of effectively managing supportive housing properties. The webinar courses include: Driving Success through Collaboration, Preventing Evictions Through Lease Enforcement, and Creating Your Property Management Dream Team. Register for one course or all three. Full details are available by clicking here .
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September 2018 NCHV eNewsletter NCHV is ending homelessness among veterans by shaping public policy, promoting collaboration, and building the capacity of service providers September is Suicide Prevention Month, Resources from VA Year-round, and particularly during Suicide Prevention Month in September, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) empowers communities to take action to support our nation's veterans. This week's report from VA on veteran suicide data from 2005-2016 showed that although overall veteran suicide rates decreased from 2015 to 2016, the rate among 18-34 year old veterans continues to rise, and research from earlier this year shows that veterans who have experienced homelessness are five times more likely to attempt suicide than other veterans . Each community a
Module 1 - URA Overview is now available! Not familiar with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended (URA)? New to administering HUD funded projects? Want to improve your URA knowledge? This training is for you! The URA is a federal law which provides important protections and assistance for people affected by the acquisition, rehabilitation, or demolition of real property for federally funded projects. The URA was enacted by Congress to ensure that people whose real property is acquired, or who move as a direct result of projects receiving federal funds, are treated fairly and equitably and receive assistance in moving from the property they occupy. Take the Training For additional URA information and resources, visit HUD's Real Estate Acquisition and Relocation website .
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Home, Together . Read the Plan. Watch the Video . Creating Safe and Accessible Housing for All Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault often need more than shelter to find safety and achieve housing stability. In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, learn how the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium works to address the needs of survivors experiencing homelessness. Need Help Making the Case for Affordable Housing to End Home