RCAC is a nonprofit organization that supports rural communities as they chart their path to create change. Our environmental team works in diverse and low-income communities to increase access to safe drinking water and to make rural water, wastewater and solid waste systems sustainable.
Moab, Utah –Emily Niehaus happily acknowledges she took a circuitous route to become a housing advocate. She tallies her master’s degree in applied sociology and following that, stints as a loan officer, bookkeeper and case worker.
It's Homeownership Month at @usdaRD and we are getting the word out about the #HomeMadeinRuralDevelopment program. Thank you @NevadaStateBank for hosting Winnemucca's Financial Awareness Event tonight.
Just Released: Out of Reach, a national report on housing unaffordablity by @NLIHC. Lots of local, state data to look through. Folks in our region need a "housing wage" of $36.52 an hour to afford Fair Market Rent (FMR). We need more #AffordableHousing for low income households. https://t.co/NZZsEI06T1