Building more affordable housing and developing strong local economies may stave off catastrophic events, according to a new study. The report “Bounce Forward, Not Back: Leveraging Resiliency to Promote Equity,” expands on previous research demonstrating that resiliency has roots in sustainable housing and economic justice.
The Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, which partners with RCAC to provide fair and affordable housing, won a settlement last week against two apartment complexes that had unlawfully discriminated against prospective tenants.
During and after World War II, mobile home parks filled a housing need for soldiers and their families and continued to do so in the years following the war. Today, there are about 40,000 such parks across the United States. But according to the preservationist and landscape architect Eduard Krakhmalnikov, the parks are disappearing
In nearly every area of the country, both renters and homeowners are spending more than 30 percent of their income on housing, according to a recent National Low Income Housing Coalition report. According to the group, there is a particularly severe shortage of rental homes for extremely low-income earners.
Join decision makers, funders, and others who are focused on supportive housing and broad scale housing initiatives as they gather in Los Angeles this June 5 – 7 for the only national conference devoted to supportive housing, and will hear from experts sharing their insights, hands-on experiences, and guidance.