The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) has published an overview on what this bill means for housing funding for FY18. You can access this article
This is the key paragraph from that article (emphasis added):
The bill provides HUD programs with $4.6 billion in additional funding overall compared to FY17, or
more than $12 billion above the president’s FY18 request
With a 10% one-year increase to HUD, many programs were funded at levels significantly above what was proposed in either the House or Senate draft bills.
The spending bill renews all Housing Choice Vouchers and provides new vouchers to veterans and people with disabilities, allocates nearly $1 billion in additional funding to repair and operate public housing, and boosts funding for the HOME Investment Partnerships program (HOME) to the highest level in seven years.