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.

News & Updates

Register for New England Housing Network Federal Forum Dec. 16

Join colleagues from around the New England region at this half-day forum, hosted by the New England Housing Network*.

Friday, December 16
9 AM – 12 Noon
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave., Boston

What will the Trump Administration and Congress do about the unmet need for affordable housing in our country?  Hear predictions from national experts and reactions from New England speakers about what impact on our states.  We’ll also consider what we can do to encourage a robust federal affordable housing agenda in 2017.

Space is filling quickly and registration closes December 12 (or when full).

Click here for details, including national and regional speakers and panelists, and to register.

*Housing Action NH is the state partner for New Hampshire in the New England Housing Network.

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October 2016 News & Legislative Update

Congress’ anticipated Continuing Resolution will fund federal housing and homeless programs at FY 2016 levels until December 9. At the state level, housing advocates are sharing the alarming data released in the annual Residential Rental Cost Survey indicating a severe shortage in the supply of affordable rental homes, generating workforce challenges and undermining economic recovery for New Hampshire families. Click here to read the October Update.

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