Exploring Policies for Increasing the Supply of Affordable Housing
Inclusionary zoning policies are tools that cities and states can consider to increase the supply of much-needed affordable housing. The policies ensure that a portion of newly constructed housing units are created and operated as affordable housing.
CMS To Offer New Round of Technical Support for Medicaid-Housing Partnerships
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is launching a second round of technical support for state Medicaid agencies to develop partnerships with their local housing systems. Up to 8 states, not including those who participated in the first round, will be selected to participate in this 9-month opportunity.
The team at USICH joins with people across the country in celebrating the life and impact of Michael Stoops, a tireless national advocate who dedicated years of his leadership and wisdom to the National Coalition for the Homeless and to the cause of ending homelessness.