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How Much Does The Housing And Transit Really Cost? New Location Affordability Portal Available

There is more to housing affordability than how much rent or mortgage you pay. Transportation costs are the second-biggest budget item for most families, but to date there hasn't been an easy way for people to fully factor transportation costs into decisions about where to live and work. The goal of the Location Affordability Portal is to provide the public with reliable, user-friendly data and resources on combined housing and transportation costs to help consumers, policymakers, and developers make more informed decisions about where to live, work, and invest.

Affordable Housing & Healthcare Reform Workshop

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is happening fast in California and will have a huge impact on affordable housing and health care for low-income families, children, single adults, seniors and people with disabilities.

Come and join us in a workshop to learn how you and your affordable housing organization will be impacted by these upcoming changes in this workshop from SCANPH, partnered with Care1st.

SB 391: Legislator Outreach Campaign

This is one last thing you can do in 2013 to make for a better 2014!

We are making a final push to reach out to legislators -- while they are in the districts before heading back to Sacramento on January 3rd -- to remind them of the importance of affordable housing to their constituents.  Most of them are having holiday parties, so we can easily take residents or other district community members to talk with them directly.

LOS ANGELES MAYORAL CANDIDATES FORUM ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING


MAYORAL CANDIDATES FORUM ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Friday, January 11, 2013
5:00 to 5:30 p.m., Registration
5:30-7 p.m., Forum

Need Voter Information?

As a houser, make you voice heard. Here is some helpful voter information.

WHO CAN LEGALLY VOTE

To register to vote in California, you must be:

High Rents Make Housing Unaffordable In Southern California

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 24, 2014

CONTACT:    Robert Dhondrup, Director of Communications
                     (213) 480-1249 ext. 237 or rdhondrup@scanph.org

 High Rents Make Housing Unaffordable In Southern California

Tell Your Assembly Member, We At Valley Beth Shalom Support Affordable Housing!

We at Valley Beth Shalom have a proud history of helping the poor and the stranger in our midst. Through our extensive social ministries including our food bank, and monthly feeding programs, we have seen the toll of homelessness here in Los Angeles. This fall we launched a Homelessness Task Force to study how we could change the conditions for our homeless neighbors. What we found was staggering.

Tax Reform Act of 2014 Would Preserve Housing Credit


(from the ACTION Campaign) In Washington, Congressional House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) released his long-awaited comprehensive tax reform discussion draft, the Tax Reform Act of 2014. The National ACTION Campaign (of which SCANPH is a member),  is reporting that the draft preserves the Low-Income Housing Credit, even while eliminating dozens of corporate tax expenditures in order to bring top corporate rates down to 25 percent.

SCANPH Welcomes Felipe Agredano to our Policy Staff

SCANPH is pleased to announce that Felipe Agredano has joined our policy staff. Agredano is CEO of Agredano-Lozano & Associate and holds over 15 years of experience in housing and development projects as a Senior Field Representative for the State of California Legislature in both the Assembly and Senate and as Senior Field Deputy for City of Pasadena.

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