(NAEH) New Webinar Addresses Trends in Affordable Housing and Racial Disparities

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Upcoming Webinars

Researching an End to Homelessness: Election Year Policy Ideas – The Affordable Housing Crisis

Thursday, October 22, 2:00pm ET
This webinar will focus on research and analysis from Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies, which has tracked housing trends to help understand the nationwide housing crisis, and NAACP's Legal Defense Fund, which is studying approaches to improve racial disparities in housing.

This webinar is part of the Researching an End to Homelessness: Election Year Policy Ideas series.

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Federal Resources 

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Date Extended: File Stimulus Payments for People Experiencing Homelessness 

The deadline to file for an Economic Impact Payment (stimulus check) among people who don't file taxes has been extended to November 21, 2020. People experiencing homelessness who don't file taxes, and have not yet received their payment, may have a stimulus check waiting for them. The resources below can aid in this filing process.

Apply for Mainstream Housing Choice Vouchers 
Mainstream Housing Choice Vouchers can be used by public housing authorities to house non-elderly people with disabilities experiencing homelessness. The deadline for applying for the new voucher funding is December 31, 2020.

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Read the Alliance's blog post on using these vouchers >>>