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NHC Releases 2018 Paycheck to Paycheck Report and Database

By: Khloe Greenwood April 18, 2019 — On April 16, the National Housing Conference (NHC) released its 2018 Paycheck to Paycheck report and database highlighting housing affordability challenges for workers in 81 occupations living in 259 metropolitan areas in…








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Governor to Partner With Cities to Develop Affordable Housing on State Owned Property

“Housing is a basic human right, and in California, we simply don’t have enough of it,” said Newsom. “The cost of housing and rising rents are squeezing family budgets. My administration is using every tool at our disposal to combat the housing affordability crisis our families face. We’re working hand in hand with local leaders who are stepping up for their communities and pushing for affordability for their residents.”



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Finding Homeless Patients A Place To Heal

Homeless patients with complex medical needs are especially difficult to place in rural communities because of a lack of adequate services, said Brenda Robertson, care management regional director for Adventist Health hospitals in central California.


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2019 California Housing Legislation Highlights

By: Alfred Twu April 7, 2019 — Over 200 bills have been introduced by state legislators this year to tackle California’s housing crisis. Here are some of the bigger ones. Note: Unless otherwise noted, details…


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Jamboree Tackles Large Southern California Developments

A rendering of Santa Ana Veterans Village shows the exterior of Spanish Revival-style complex that will provide 75 units of subsidized housing for homeless military veterans. The project, on First Street in Santa Ana, is…


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California’s Race to Build Housing

By: Andrew Stephens April 4, 2019 — California is a fascinating study of politics, housing and galvanized activism. It’s been said that as California goes, so goes the nation. But not always. And hopefully not…