August 26, 2014

A summer of opportunities and learning

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This summer, I had the opportunity to work at HUD’s Region 1 office in Boston as a Field Policy and Management Intern. Throughout the internship, one of the key things I learned is how interconnected HUD is with other local, state, and federal agencies. I also observed how the collaboration between agencies is tremendously important […]

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May 28, 2014

A Hand Up, Not a Handout

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HUD and Habitat for Humanity team up to house single mother The Hanover Habitat for Humanity in Hanover County, Virginia, executes its vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live through a “hand up, not a handout” philosophy.

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December 30, 2013

Veterans Housed in Time for the New Year

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Several veterans in Philadelphia have received the ultimate gift to end the year—a place to call home. The Philadelphia Housing Authority and a local property owner worked around the clock to quickly house three veterans before 2013 came to an end. “Being part of the process, especially during this time of the year, makes the […]

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December 17, 2013

Grand Opening Follows Historic Renovation

Community Housing of Maine (CHOM) recently celebrated the opening of their 68th property in Maine,the historic renovationof Elm Terrace in walkable downtown Portland. Elm Terrace is home to 38 units of affordable workforce and family housing. Rents are set so that they will be affordable to people in the local workforce in many sectors including retail and sales, […]

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September 23, 2013

The Why of the What We Do

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HUD’s programs serve lots of people in lots of ways. So many ways, in fact, that it’s sometimes hard to put a face on them, to really see how those programs are improving the lives of those we serve. Which is why our HUD Seattle office was pleased to receive a copy of a letter […]

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