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Interview on COVID and George Floyd protests
Affordable Senior Housing Engage Magazine Summer 2020

Affecting and Sustaining Change

INTERVIEW WITH SISTER MARIE TAYLOR, BOARD PRESIDENT, EAST BAY HOUSING ORGANIZATIONS (EBHO) AND RESIDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT, CHRISTIAN CHURCH HOMES (CCH) HOW HAVE THIS YEAR’S EVENTS CHANGED YOUR PERSPECTIVE AND APPROACH AS A LEADER? At Westlake Christian Terrace we had a very active resident council. We met every month through March and then we were shut Read More…

Keeping Residents Connected During COVID-19
Affordable Senior Housing Engage Magazine General Interest Spring 2020

Keeping Residents Connected During Crisis

Providers and affordable housing communities must be able to disseminate information to residents quickly and efficiently during a crisis, across multiple language needs and levels of comfort and access to technology. However, many low-income seniors don’t have broadband or mobile internet access, and this type of technology can be a lifeline during an emergency, keeping Read More…

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With Bipartisan Support, All Three Sponsored Housing Bills Pass Legislature

LeadingAge California’s ambitious legislative agenda for affordable senior housing was a resounding success with all three measures being passed by the California Legislature. Below is a summary of each measure. AJR 15 (Bloom) – A resolution from the Legislature to Congress and the Trump Administration calling on them to fully fund the HUD 202 Program. Read More…

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RAD for PRAC Notice Issued

BY COLLEEN BLOOM Effective immediately, HUD providers of Section 202 Housing for the Elderly with Project Rental Assistance Contracts (202/PRACs) can now begin to leverage private capital to preserve their affordable housing over the long-term. On September 5, 2019, HUD released the long-anticipated implementing instructions for accessing new resources for the recapitalization of 202/PRAC properties. Read More…