Housing and Urban Development

Feds Release Funding to Combat Veteran Homelessness

The federal government continues to take steps to curb the problem of veteran homelessness. Public housing authorities in 18 states will receive $5.4 million to provide permanent housing for nearly 700 homeless veterans, according to a joint announcement Monday from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Veterans Affairs. This is …

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Homeless Vets in LA Take Things into Their Own Hands

The homeless population in Los Angeles is one of the most talked about veteran homeless populations in the country.  That is because it is one of the fastest growing homeless populations in the country.  In the past year or so, some folks at the ACLU started raising some ethical questions about a 390 acre plot …

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HUD and VA Make Strides to Help Homeless Vets

With more and more U.S. veterans living on the streets each year, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) plus the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) is trying to counteract the problem with a $58.6 million funded rehabilitation and rental assistance program that will get nearly 8,000 homeless service men and women into homes. HUD Secretary Shaun …

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