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July 13, 2017: NHLP Receives Reentry Grant from San Francisco Foundation

The San Francisco Foundation (SFF) has announced grants totaling $11.5 million in support of efforts to advance racial and economic equity in the San Francisco Bay Area. SFF has awarded NHLP $80,000 over two years to provide project support to increase access to affordable housing for people who were formerly incarcerated and live in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties.

July 7, 2017: NHLP Endorses the Public Housing Tenant Protection and Reinvestment Act of 2017

NHLP endorsed the Public Housing Tenant Protection and Reinvestment Act of 2017, a bill introduced by Congresswoman Maxine Waters that will help preserve the nation's public housing stock, which currently suffers a net loss of thousands of units each year. An executive summary of the bill is available here.

July 5, 2017: Affordable Housing Guidebook Highlights NHLP's Reentry Work in Richmond, CA

NHLP's work in Richmond, CA is featured in the East Bay Housing Organization (EBHO) 2017-18 Affordable Housing Guidebook. The Guidebook highlights Richmond's Fair Chance Access to Affordable Housing Ordinance, which expands housing opportunities for people returning home after incarceration, as a key contributor to an equitable and healthy community. NHLP worked closely with the Safe Return Project and other local organizations to draft a policy that reduces barriers to affordable housing by providing clear tenant screening guidelines that focus on health and safety rather than a criminal record alone. The EBHO Affordable Housing Guidebook is distributed to developers and housing managers throughout Northern CA.

June 29, 2017: NHLP's June Newsletter

NHLP's June newsletter includes a recap of President Trump's budget for FY 2018 that proposes major cuts to the federal housing programs; recent nominations for key positions at HUD; a staff spotlight on Staff Attorney Renee Williams and her work on affirmatively furthering fair housing; NHLP's comments to HUD in response to the agency's "regulatory reform" notice, enforcing President Trump's Executive Orders 13771 and 13777; and updates on NHLP's continuing work on healthy housing, Moving to Work Demonstration, as well as VAWA implementation.

June 26, 2017: NHLP Submits Comments on Moving To Work Expansion

On June 5, NHLP submitted comments on behalf of HJN in response to HUD's notice on the Moving to Work Demonstration expansion. The comments focused on five areas of the Operations Notice that will have the greatest impact on tenants: waivers, resident participation, funding, regionalization, and evaluation.

June 23, 2017: A New Form of Predatory Lending is on the Rise - "Green" Loans Leave Vulnerable Homeowners in the Red

In recent years, the federal government and several state legislatures have created the legal framework for the marketing of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loans to residential homeowners to allow them to finance green upgrades like solar panels. While the concept of the PACE program looks good at first blush, the actual implementation has been a different story. Because of the way they are marketed and structured and because certain critical consumer protection laws are not being applied to them, residential PACE loans create a serious risk of foreclosure, particularly for low-income, senior and other vulnerable homeowners.

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