The Network strives to keep its website as up-to-date as possible, with regular updates in news, research, funding and other areas. Below, you'll find a list of the most recent additions to our website.
- What If It Does Happen In Your Back Yard?
The Minneapolis Star Tribune visits a once-contested supportive housing residence to find that "things didn't turn out so badly."
- The Frequent User Service Enhancement Initiative: New York City FUSE II
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, 2013
- Want to Keep People Out of the Hospital? Make Sure They Have a Place to Live.
The Washington Post highlights research on the health and cost-savings benefits of supportive housing.
- Let’s Treat Housing as a Health Issue
Jeff Foreman of Care for the Homeless pens an op-ed in City Limits on health care and supportive housing.
- Sequestration Stories
News items highlighting the effects of sequestration on America's poor, working class and formerly homeless, with an emphasis on housing. Updates added regularly
- New York State Rethinks Medicaid
The Wall Street Journal highlights New York's efforts to lower Medicaid costs via supportive housing.
- Making History in New York
Tax Credit Advisor covers the Creston Ave. Residence, the first residence created with state funds to lower Medicaid costs.
- Two Tax Credits That Work
The chief executive of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) pens an op-ed in the New York Times on the importance of Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
- The Forgotten 50,000
The New York Times highlights the United to End Homelessness coalition in a recent editorial on homelessness in New York City.
- Housing Group Aims to Preserve Gains
The Wall Street Journal highlights the launch of Housing First!, a coalition to preserve and expand the growth of affordable housing in New York.