Reach out to us
P.O. Box 97801
Las Vegas, NV 89193-7801
We’re closing out another engaging month of affordable housing work and are looking forward to our Affordable Housing Day at the Legislature on May 1st.
Our April Lunch & Learn is this Wednesday at noon. Does investing in supportive housing, permanent housing solutions, avoid more costly crisis intervention? Join us as we hear the actual results of an assessment done with the Denver Social Impact Bond and their Supportive Housing initiative.
And for those of you who follow our ElevateNV program, we’re excited to share some amazing survey results from our program participants. Stay tuned…ElevateNV is readying for its Regional Learning Collaboratives and more exciting trainings!
Lastly, a special shout-out to our NHC Members! We love sharing the amazing work you’re doing and appreciate the support of both our new and renewing members. Thank you!
See you next month,
We may be in different vehicles, in different lanes, going different speeds, but we are all moving in one direction: DESTINATION: Housing. Join us on May 1st to share, listen and learn with our State Legislators and Special Guests. With so many bills in front of them on a daily basis, our elected officials count on your voices to help them understand their role in the solutions that move us along the road to DESTINATION: Housing.
**Subject to change
9:00am – 10:00am | Departure: Registration / Packet Pick Up
10:00am – 11:00am | Solo Travel: Drive by your Legislator’s office and say hello or Rideshare: Allow a member of Flynn Giudici Government Affairs to be your driver
11:00am – 11:30am | Detour: Nevada Senate Chambers
11:30am – 12:00pm | Scenic Route: Nevada Assembly Chambers
12:00pm – 2:00pm | Final Destination: Lunch with Legislators and Special Guests – Catering by Carson City BBQ (vegan options available)
Join us for a topic that we all instinctively feel must be true, but is it really – does investing in supportive housing, permanent housing solutions, for a person living with a disabling behavioral or physical health condition who experiences homelessness, at-risk of homelessness or unnecessary institutionalization, help our communities avoid more costly crisis interventions?
Our mountain west partners in Denver recently implemented a strategic supportive housing initiative through the Denver Social Impact Bond Program, which included robust assessment and analysis of the results. CSH and Enterprise Community Partners (ECP) served as co-intermediaries for the project, working together to ensure the quality of the housing and services and promote positive outcomes for tenants. CSH focused on project management and overall project support while ECP oversaw fiscal management. We are grateful to hear directly from CSH as they share an overview of the project and the cost avoidance per person that was realized.
Right now with Assembly Bill 310, Nevada has an opportunity to establish the infrastructure for strategic investments in supportive housing to align with the good work already being done, build capacity of our nonprofits delivering quality services, incentivize more supportive housing development and measure the outcomes.
HUD Talk NV – Housing Counseling 101
Thursday, April 27th
3:00 – 4:00pm
Click here to register.
The Nevada HUD Field Office is hosting a webinar on Housing Counseling 101. HUD approved Housing Counseling has been helping consumers across America make informed housing decisions for more than 50 years. Wherever you are in the housing process, the nationwide network of HUD-approved housing counseling agencies can help. Join the webinar to learn more about what types of services are offered, new opportunities, and ask questions that will allow more collaboration within our community.
ElevateNV Survey Results
Last month, participants of ElevateNV were invited to complete a survey to help evaluate the education and training provided over the past year. Here are some of the amazing results and feedback we received.
By the Numbers
Reno Housing Authority Releases Master Development RFQ
FHLBank San Francisco Hosting AHEAD Program Webinar
Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is hosting an informational webinar to prepare applicants for their 2023 AHEAD Program. AHEAD grants provide funding for targeted economic development projects and non-AHP eligible housing initiatives that benefit low-and moderate-income communities. The Bank has increased its allocation from $1.5 million to $4 million with awards available up to $100,000, double from last year.
The webinar will cover:
Wednesday, May 10th | 10:00am – 11:30am PST | Register Here
Thursday, May 18th | 10:00am – 11:30am PST | Register Here
For more information, contact the Community Investment Department at email@example.com.
Rebuilding Together Northern Nevada Seeking Executive Director
Rebuilding Together Northern Nevada is seeking an Executive Director to serve as chief executive and operating officer. This position will be responsible for carrying out the plans, policies, and strategic direction of the Board of Directors and for the overall management of financial operations, fundraising and grants, general event and program administration, human resources, and day-to-day operations. Click here to read the full job description. Interested individuals can direct their questions or resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lincoln Avenue Capital Hosts Resource Day Event for Affordable Housing
Lincoln Avenue Capital hosted a Family Resource Day for residents of its Park on Virginia property. This newly renovated development offers high-quality homes for lower-income households and individuals in the Reno area. The event included representatives from local service providers who shared information on various resources including education, veteran programs, emergency services, and health care. Click here to read the full article on this engaging event.
Ulysses Development Group Celebrates Groundbreaking
Ulysses Development Group will celebrate the groundbreaking of Ridge at Sun Valley on May 4th. This 195-unit affordable housing community has units restricted at both 50% and 60% AMI. This is the first affordable housing project to deploy HMNI ARPA funds and NV State Affordable Housing Tax Credits.
Reno Housing Authority Earns Safe Place Designation for Area Youth
Reno Housing Authority (RHA) was recently designated a Safe Place site by the community’s Safe Place agency, The Children’s Cabinet. This designation allows RHA to help youth in northern Nevada who are escaping unsafe living conditions or human trafficking. The Safe Place logo will be displayed at the entrances of both RHA offices along with five of their public housing sites and restrooms. All RHA employees were trained to be ready to assist troubled youth.
“RHA is proud to be a place where youth in our community can seek help and safety,” says Executive Director Hilary Lopez, Ph.D. “Providing quality housing and services is our top priority and participating in the Safe Place program is just one more way we can further expand our services.” Click here to read the full press release.
Re-Entry for All / Lyon Modular Sustainable Workforce Housing
Nevada Rural Housing
Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority
FHLBank San Francisco
NewWest Community Capital
AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust
Ulysses Development Group
Nonprofit & Government
American Land Title Association
City of Las Vegas
Community Services Agency Develop Corp.
Follow us! We will follow you back and share the love of your news with our audience, too.