In SHA Breaking News in Supportive Housing: Opinion: Don’t let state cut housing options for those with disabilities; HomeSharing program launches in Montclair; Panelists: Must Coordinate Insurance Coverage, Behavioral Healthcare; NJ DHS releases Statewide Transition Plan; Who gets to live where?: The battle over affordable housing, Federal Budget Cuts Hurt Low-Income Residents Who Need Housing Vouchers
The Sandy Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (Sandy TBRA) program is now accepting applications through March 4th, 2015, at 5 PM.
This program provides short-term, temporary tenant-based rental assistance in the form of a voucher to assist eligible low- and moderate-income households with their rent in the nine counties most impacted by Superstorm Sandy, which are Atlantic, Bergen, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Union. The Sandy tenant-based rental assistance is for 12 months with an option to renew for up to an additional 12 months. The program’s maximum assistance is 24 months; no extensions beyond 24 months will be granted. Eligible applicants must have lived in one of the nine Sandy-impacted counties at the time of the storm.
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Next Membership Meeting – April 1st - 10 AM - 1 PM (networking 9 - 10 AM)
The Mary Roebling Building, 20 West State Street, Room 219, Trenton NJ
Supportive Housing Association Update - Gail Levinson, Executive Director, SHANJ
Policy & Legislative Update
New SHA Members introductions
Special Treat - 9-10 AM Networking
Early-Bird Networking Coffee Klatsch. Hot steaming coffee with assorted rolls and danish. Host: TBA
Next SHA Developers Group Meeting
March 9th - Lawrence
Project Freedom, 1 Freedom Boulevard, Lawrence, NJ 08648