About Housing Action New Hampshire
Housing Action NH is a coalition of organizations and individual members united around a common vision that everyone benefits when all Granite Staters have a safe, decent, affordable place to call home.
Powered by its statewide member network, Housing Action NH fosters and coordinates alliances to advocate for strong public investments and policies that preserve and increase the supply of housing that is affordable to NH’s low income residents. We prioritize and engage our members to act on state and national housing policies to improve the local housing landscape and to end homelessness in New Hampshire.
Governor Hassan has proclaimed Home Matters in NH Week, and Housing Action NH is calling on our members and supporters to help us celebrate and harness the power of a week dedicated to the issue of affordable housing.
Each day this week, we’ll highlight different challenges to NH’s economy, workforce and residents when not enough affordable housing is available, and how state and Federal policy solutions can help increase the supply.
Click here to read our new Home Matters in NH report, which includes profiles of people whose lives are made better with homes they can afford.
Click here for essential data, facts and policy solutions you can use to learn and talk about why more affordable housing is needed in NH and how to get there.
The Community Development Finance Authority, New Hampshire Housing, and the Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services are holding listening sessions around the state for input on priority community development, affordable housing, and homeless needs that can be addressed with Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships, and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds from HUD over the next five years.
All remaining meetings take place from 1-3 PM at the following dates and locations:
June 2: Keene Community Room, Railroad Square Sr. Housing
June 8: Portsmouth Hilton Garden Meeting Room, Portsmouth Library
June 15: Bedford Board Room, New Hampshire Housing
An online survey is also available by clicking here for those unable to attend a meeting. Online survey will be open until June 30, 2015.
For more information, email email@example.com or call Bill at 310-9269.