(CARES) Act, passed on March 27, authorized approximately $12 billion in funding for US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs to mitigate COVID-19’s impact. This funding is essential to keeping people stably housed, but it may fall short in providing additional targeted supports and services for low-income older adults and people with disabilities, many of whom live in public and assisted housing. Public Housing residents are more at risk during Covid-19. This article discussed ways that Public Housing Authorities and policymakers can better support public housing residents. #covid-19 #housing
How Public Housing Authorities Are Supporting Vulnerable Residents during COVID-19 (mentions Bangor Housing)
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