Call For Action: Sign onto National Letter Demanding Congress and the White House Reopen the Government and Fund Affordable Housing Programs

NLIHC and other leaders of the Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding are circulating a national letter calling on Congress and the Trump Administration to end the government shutdown — the longest ever — and ensure affordable housing and community development programs receive robust funding.

If the continued government shut down is of importance to you and your organization, you are encouraged to Sign onto the letter demanding that Congress and President Trump immediately reopen the government. State and local government officials are also encouraged to sign on.

Click Here to Sign the Letter

Low-income people served by affordable housing programs are already being negatively impacted by the shutdown. People from across the country have shared their stories of being threatened with increased rents or evictions, and other individuals have found that landlords will not rent to voucher holders out of concern that HUD will not pay them what is needed to cover their costs.

The longer the shutdown continues, the greater its harm will be, and the lowest-income people — seniors, people with disabilities, and families with children — will suffer the most. You can also see an interactive map and a state-by-state breakdown of how the shutdown is impacting some HUD-assisted housing.

Click Here to Sign the Letter

Click Here to Sign the Letter


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