With great sadness: State Representative Peter Kocot
I am so terribly sorry to share the news that First Hampshire District’s State Representative Peter Kocot died yesterday after an illness. The article in today’s Daily Hampshire Gazette captures […]
Article: “Why Poverty is Like a Disease”
Rebecca Muller, a Network Leadership Council member, asked to post this article from Nautilus Magazine, Why Poverty is Like a Disease.” Food for thought and discussion as we go forth […]
News from Friends of the Homeless
The Friends of the Homeless recently announced its merger with Clinical & Support Options (CSO). You can read more about it here.
New Housing for Homeless Veterans in Chicopee
News from Collin Finn at Soldier On: Soldier On, Inc. has exciting news regarding our Chapin School project. The Commonwealth of MA had committed rental subsidies for all 43 units […]
EOHHS announces Consortium and Youth Services Funding Awards
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: EOHHS Announces $1.9 Million in Statewide Grants to Address Housing Instability BOSTON – The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) announced today it awarded $865,000 […]
MHSA honors Jerry Ray…Make plans to attend!
The Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance (MHSA) invites you to our 13th Annual Spring Fundraising Event, Home for Good: Solutions Start Here. Thursday, May 12, 2016, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. […]
MA Selected as 1 of 10 States for Job-Driven SNAP Employment and Training
Please see the press release below from the USDA announcing Massachusetts’ selection to participate in employment and training program for SNAP recipients. This additional job development resource is also great […]
HUD Announces CoC Grants for Tier 1 and Planning
HUD sent out the following by email today (please note that this announcement does not cover renewal projects that were submitted in Tier 2!): Earlier today, Secretary Julian Castro announced […]