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10 months ago

Housing

HUD Releases FY 2017 Income Limits

Income limits are effective April 14, 2017 and can be accessed on the HUD USER website.

11 months ago

Housing

Senior Housing Capital and Services Program Bill Introduced

Senate advances bill and budget provision that would create the first-ever Affordable Senior Housing and Services Program.

1 year ago

Housing

An Open Letter to Dr. Ben Carson

Former New York Housing Commissioner and senior HUD official Deborah VanAmerongen shares her thoughts with the incoming HUD Secretary.

1 year ago

Housing

HUD and HPD to Hold Forum on 202 Preservation

HUD's Multi-Family Division and the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development will hold a forum on Jan. 12th to discuss development and preservation opportunities for 202 properties.

1 year ago

Housing

Campaign for Healthy Aging Through Housing

The LeadingAge Cabinet on Affordable Housing and Finance has released a statement of "principles for action" to address the "pressing needs of America's low income seniors."

Housing

HUD Issues Three-Year Certification Interim Rule

Comments on the interim rule are being accepted through Jan. 11, 2018.

1 month ago

Housing

Register Now for 2018 Advocacy Days!

Advocacy Days will be held on Tues., Feb. 6, 2018 and Tues., March 6, 2018 on the Empire State Plaza in Albany.

2 months ago

Housing

New DOH Bureau to Focus on Social Determinants

The Bureau of Social Determinants of Health will focus its work on supportive housing, nutrition, education, and other social determinants and the important role each plays in the health outcomes of New York’s most vulnerable populations.

2 months ago

Housing

Senate Expected to Vote on Tax Reform the Week of Nov. 27th

Contact your representatives today!

2 months ago

Housing

LeadingAge New York Unveils 2018 Public Policy Agenda

Agenda includes overarching priorities and service line-specific agenda items.

2 months ago

Housing

LeadingAge NY Submits Testimony on Community-Based Non-Medical Services and Programs

Testimony proposes legislative/regulatory changes and financial investments that would enable New York’s growing senior population to access services in the most integrated settings appropriate to their needs, thereby providing them with better care at a lower cost and improving their overall health.

2 months ago

Housing

CMS Publishes Medicare Premiums and Deductibles for 2018

Some cost sharing amounts for those enrolled in fee-for-service Medicare will increase in 2018, while some will remain unchanged.

2 months ago

Housing

Tax Reform Update

Affordable housing and services for seniors still under threat.

3 months ago
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