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Join us for our May SOARing Over Lunch Call! Reminder: SOARing Over Lunch Call! Tuesday, May 14, 2019 1:00 p.m. ET Our next SOARing Over Lunch call is scheduled for Tuesday, May 14, at 1:00 p.m. ET. Please join us for this informal call aimed at peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and facilitated open discussion. While there is no agenda set in advance for these calls, we do want your ideas! Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit any questions and/or topics that you would like discussed on this call. Call-in/log-in information: http://prainc.adobeconnect.com/soaringoverlunch/ Conference Phone: 1-866-805-9853 Conference Code: 3195472964 Please note that all phone lines will be muted; attendees will hear the presenters speaking and can submit questions via Adobe C
Resources and assistance to support HUD's community partners Home Programs Resources Training CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports Posted The CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports , as of May 1, 2019 have been posted to HUD Exchange. These reports provide funding information for each city and state that receive CPD program funds, includ
Older adults comprise 50% of housing programs for the homeless. Discover the challenges and potential solutons. Caring for our aging homeless population: Challenges and solutions Tuesday, May 14 at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT The lack of affordable housing has driven many seniors out of their homes. Older adults already make up half of all people in housing for the homeless. Without a plan to reverse this trend, our social safety net will be greatly strained, as a growing number of seniors experience: Dual enrollment in Medicaid and Medicare Higher incidence of chronic illness and emergency room use Lower life expectancy Join Robyn Stone, Senior Vice President of Research at LeadingAge, as she details the extent of the problem, the potential solutions, and promising research around "service-rich" housing that efficiently meets the needs of seniors most at ri
Legal Notice Updating Maryland's Annual Plan Under the guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), notice is hereby given that the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (the Department) will hold a series of public hearings to develop its new draft Annual Plan update of the State's Consolidated Plan. The Consolidated Plan is a five-year planning document required by HUD that sets out overall Statewide goals and priorities for housing, community development, and economic development activities. Special emphasis is given under the Plan to provide assistance for extremely low, low, and moderate-income persons. In addition to being a planning document, the Consolidated Plan also serves as the State's application to HUD for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG), Housing Opportunity With AIDS (HOPWA) and the
Making Opportunity Zones Work ● Don't Let CFPB Off the Hook with HMDA Data ● Is Austin About to Make it Easier for Affordable Housing to Get Built? ● Q: Does Airbnb Cause Rents to Increase? ● Also: Jobs ● Shelter Shorts ● Events + Week of Monday, May 6 In This Issue: Making Opportunity Zones Work ● Don't Let CFPB Off the Hook with HMDA Data ● Is Austin About to Make it Easier for Affordable Housing to Get Built? ● Q: Does Airbnb Cause Rents to Increase? ● Also: Jobs ● Shelter Shorts ● Events + Pushing Opportunity Zones to Fulfill Their Promise Chris Brown and Chris Schildt, PolicyLink Here are some guid