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Recent News


A few things are changing at NHLP. We have a new logo and a couple of new addresses.

The address for our San Francisco and main administrative office is now:

National Housing Law Project
1663 Mission Street, Suite 460
San Francisco, CA 94103

Our general telephone number, 415-546-7000, and individual staff extensions have not changed.

Our new office in Washington is located at:

National Housing Law Project
1025 Vermont Ave. #606
Washington D.C. 20005

And, at the end of November we will launch our new website.

August 9, 2017: NHLP Quoted in Article Addressing RAD and Fair Housing Concerns

According to NHLP Staff Attorney Jessie Cassella, "...especially where fair housing is at risk particularly for folks who are members of protected classes based on their race or ethnicity or age or things like that, certainly HUD should be doing more to make sure there are enough protections for those tenants."

July 31, 2017: NHLP's July Newsletter

NHLP's monthly newsletter includes the latest updates on important issues impacting the federal housing programs as well as highlights of NHLP's recent work.

July 13, 2017: NHLP Receives Reentry Grant from San Francisco Foundation

The San Francisco Foundation (SFF) has announced grants totaling $11.5 million in support of efforts to advance racial and economic equity in the San Francisco Bay Area. SFF has awarded NHLP $80,000 over two years to provide project support to increase access to affordable housing for people who were formerly incarcerated and live in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties.

July 7, 2017: NHLP Endorses the Public Housing Tenant Protection and Reinvestment Act of 2017

NHLP endorsed the Public Housing Tenant Protection and Reinvestment Act of 2017, a bill introduced by Congresswoman Maxine Waters that will help preserve the nation's public housing stock, which currently suffers a net loss of thousands of units each year. An executive summary of the bill is available here.

July 5, 2017: Affordable Housing Guidebook Highlights NHLP's Reentry Work in Richmond, CA

NHLP's work in Richmond, CA is featured in the East Bay Housing Organization (EBHO) 2017-18 Affordable Housing Guidebook. The Guidebook highlights Richmond's Fair Chance Access to Affordable Housing Ordinance, which expands housing opportunities for people returning home after incarceration, as a key contributor to an equitable and healthy community. NHLP worked closely with the Safe Return Project and other local organizations to draft a policy that reduces barriers to affordable housing by providing clear tenant screening guidelines that focus on health and safety rather than a criminal record alone. The EBHO Affordable Housing Guidebook is distributed to developers and housing managers throughout Northern CA.

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