December 17, 2017

Links / Resources


Important Links

  • Affordable Housing by Counties
  • Association for Bay Area Governments
    Contains information on housing and transportation needs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Bazelon Center
    A Washington, DC-based disability rights organization. A useful resource for fair housing issues.
  • California Reinvestment Committee
    The website for CRA activists!
  • Center for Community Change
    Contains updates and alerts on federal legislation on affordable housing and community development.
  • Housing California
    A statewide affordable housing and homeless advocacy group. Contains updates and alerts on state legislation having to do with affordable housing, community development, welfare reform.
  • Housing Helpline
    for housing referrals and emergencies – toll free (800) 273-6222.
    HUD’s client information and policy systems site
  • HUD User
    HUD’s office of policy development and research
  • National Center for Homelessness and Poverty
  • National Housing Institute
    A national nonprofit that examines what does and does not work in community building. Contains information on national housing issues, research and reports, and the magazine Shelterforce.
  • National Housing Trust
    A national nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of existing affordable housing, particularly multifamily housing that is assisted, owned, or controlled by a federal agency. Offers consulting services to local housing agencies, nonprofits, community development corporations, and low income residents.
  • National Low Income Housing Coalition
    A national membership association that is committed to organizing and advocate to ensure decent, affordable housing for everyone. Provides up-to-date information, formulates policy, and educates the public on housing needs. Contains research and reports and the weekly publication, Memo to Members, which provides federal legislative updates.
  • Pacific Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center
    Information and resources on fair housing issues.
  • US Department of Housing and Community Development (HUD)
    The federal agency responsible for national policy and programs that address the country’s housing needs. Information on public housing, HUD budgets and programs, and rental and home buying assistance.