October 25, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

HUDdlers, it’s time for the weekly online resources round-up. This week is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week and the resources we have rounded up will help keep your families and your homes lead-free! This year’s National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week theme, “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future,” highlights the importance of educating parents and children […]

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July 20, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

For the first time in almost 20 years, the International AIDS Conference will take place on American soil – right here in our Nation’s capital, Washington DC, from July 22 – 27th .  People from across the country and around the globe will convene here to reflect on accomplishments, share challenges, and  discuss future goals. […]

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July 6, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

During the past couple of weeks the U.S. has experienced several devastating natural disasters: wildfires in Colorado, tropical storms in Florida, and violent storms resembling hurricanes in the eastern U.S. Emergencies were declared in Colorado, Florida, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, the District of Columbia and Virginia, leaving 3 million without power during a heat wave. […]

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June 22, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

This week the National Weather Service has reported record breaking temperatures. Extreme heat is not only uncomfortable, but it can be very dangerous. So this week we have rounded-up resources to help you and your family plan for and reduce the effects of extreme heat. Keep yourself and your family cool when the heat peaks […]

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May 18, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

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On Wednesday, May 16th, we released two reports on the impact HUD-approved housing counseling has for those families who purchase their first homes and those struggling to prevent foreclosure. In both studies, we found housing counseling significantly improved the likelihood homeowners remained in their homes. Specifically, we found that 35 percent of participants became homeowners […]

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