HHS RENEWS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY FOR COVID-19

2022-04-22T18:05:24+00:00

Earlier this month The Department of Health and Human Services renewed the public health emergency for COVID-19. Which was set to expire on April 16th. We applaud the department for taking this step to ensure that the federal funding, flexibilities, and waivers with expiration dates directly tied to the public health emergency are still usable. Read the full Earlier this month, United States Interagency Council on Homelessness published a tool called “Expiring Federal Provisions That May Impact Homelessness.” It identifies federal funding, flexibilities, and waivers—including but not limited to those linked to the public health emergency—that are set to expire at various [...]

HHS RENEWS PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY FOR COVID-192022-04-22T18:05:24+00:00

VA outlines new goals towards ending Veteran homelessness

2022-04-05T18:08:53+00:00

VA outlines new goals towards ending Veteran homelessness Nationally, VA and its community partners will place at least 38,000 Veterans experiencing homelessness into permanent housing during calendar year 2022. This represents an increase of nearly 5% over the number of permanent housing placements in fiscal year 2021.   Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough established new goals in VA’s efforts to prevent and end homelessness among Veterans. During his visit, Feb. 25, McDonough participated in the local Point-in-Time Count and announced the following action being taken in the Greater Los Angeles (GLA) area: Placing at least 1,500 Veterans experiencing homelessness into permanent housing, [...]

VA outlines new goals towards ending Veteran homelessness2022-04-05T18:08:53+00:00

Millions in Transitional Housing Rehab Grants Just Announced

2022-03-23T20:24:20+00:00

Millions in Transitional Housing Rehab Grants Just Announced March 23, 2022 The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today that it is awarding 36 capital grants, totaling approximately $64.7 million, to community organizations under VA’s Grant and Per Diem program to improve the quality of housing options for Veterans experiencing homelessness. The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) applauds VA’s investment in this critical intervention. The Department saw additional need beyond initial rounds of funding awarded and acted proactively to meet the need. The new awards will allow grantee organizations to construct new buildings and renovate existing transitional housing facilities [...]

Millions in Transitional Housing Rehab Grants Just Announced2022-03-23T20:24:20+00:00
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