HUD Programs Deserve Expansion, Not Cuts
The attention-grabbing article explains how HUD rental assistance works, discusses the impact over the years that even so-called “flat funding” has had on programs (effectively reducing the number of units that can be funded) and how discretionary funding is under attack. Couch lauds the Section 202 program as “government ...
Who Should Apply for the $3,000 Health Equity Award?
Are you thinking about nominating someone for the new Award for Health Equity, which will be presented at this year’s LeadingAge Annual Meeting and Expo? Then be sure to check out the March/April issue of LeadingAge Magazine.
Member Chat: Building Affordable Housing Without Government Subsidies
Garden Spot Village in New Holland, PA, plans to provide affordable housing and services to low-income older adults without using any government subsidies. CEO Steve Lindsey talks about the project in this interview with LeadingAge.
Timely HUD Updates at LeadingAge PEAK Conference
HUD Officials Provide Timely Updates at LeadingAge PEAK Conference Members appreciated hearing from an articulate and engaged panel of career HUD staffers during the LeadingAge PEAK conference HUD management update and housing policy sessions. Bob Iber, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Multifamily Housing, spoke ...
White House: Cut HUD by More than 13%
The request seeks $40.7 billion for HUD in FY18. This is 13% below HUD's FY16 level and 15% below the average of the House Appropriations Committee-passed and Senate-passed FY17 HUD bill (and even lower still than ...