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Members Open the Door to Data Resources and Tools

NLIHC is celebrating its members in September for Membership Month! Read about some of the advocacy efforts that were spearheaded by our members that resulted in tremendous wins for affordable housing.

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Members Open the Door to Data Resources and Tools

By Justin Godard, NLIHC housing advocacy organizer September is NLIHC Membership Month, and this week we’re highlighting the ways our members support the development of invaluable data and tools useful to … [Read More...]

Disaster Housing Recovery Update, Friday, September 21, 2018

Hurricane Florence General Governors in both North and South Carolina are warning residents to prepare for continued flooding near many rivers in both states. Water levels could continue to rise throughout … [Read More...]

Hurricane Florence’s Potential Impact on the Lowest Income Renters and Their Homes

by  Dan Emmanuel, NLIHC senior research analyst Last week NLIHC provided an early estimate of the threat Hurricane Florence posed to vulnerable households and affordable rental housing in the storm’s potential … [Read More...]

Members Open the Doors to Tools like Housing Profiles

By Joey Lindstrom, NLIHC manager for field organizing This week, as part of membership month, we are highlighting the research, data, and tools that are made possible through the support of NLIHC members. … [Read More...]

Disaster Housing Recovery Update, Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Hurricane Florence General Early estimates of property damage from Hurricane Florence range between $17 billion and $22 billion, but could be higher depending on flooding.  Solomon Towers, a public housing … [Read More...]

Disaster Housing Recovery Update, Tuesday, September 18, 2018

North Carolina FEMA Ten additional counties have been designated for Individual Assistance (IA) and Public Assistance (PA Categories A and B): Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett, Lenoir, Jones, … [Read More...]

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