The Network has been selected by National Low-Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) as a New York State partner for their national HoUSed campaign, which aims to end the housing crisis by advancing anti-racist policies and bold proposals to ensure people with the lowest incomes and those who are the most marginalized have stable, affordable homes.
Over the course of the following 18-months, the Network will be focusing on two of the HoUsed campaign’s four solutions to America’s housing crisis as they impact ending homelessness for the most vulnerable through supportive housing: ensuring universal rental assistance and increasing funding for the National Housing Trust Fund.
If you would like to support the HoUSed campaign, participate in their sign on letter.
To see the homes the National Housing Trust Fund helped build, see:
To read the HoUSed Campaign’s asks in New York State more broadly, see:
- New York Federal Rental Assistance Fact Sheet (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)