A Commitment to Inclusivity

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A Commitment to Inclusivity

In honor of Pride Month, and in honor of transgender and gender expansive people who have faced too many closed doors when in desperate need, the Alliance renews its commitment to inclusivity. In a new blog post by the Alliance's Sharon McDonald, learn why it is essential for all people to have equal access to life-saving shelter services.

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Submit a Comment on HUD's Proposed Changes for "Mixed Status" Families

On May 10, 2019, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) proposed a rule change that would no longer allow "mixed-status" families – households with both documented and undocumented members – to qualify for federal housing assistance based on their immigration status. This proposed rule would force families out of public housing and Section 8 programs, effectively spurring homelessness, forced family breakups, and/or loss of housing assistance.

From now until July 9, you can submit a comment to HUD to oppose this proposed rule, which could lead to eviction for more than 100,000 people in HUD-assisted housing.

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