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Burney is a veteran + social worker at where he helps the homeless find shelter. For him, this work is personal: after the Army, he began using drugs and was homeless himself. Read more about his story and how serves veterans at
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Jimmy Stracner Nov 13
Today HUD announced it will speed federal disaster assistance to and provide support to homeowners and low-income renters forced from their homes in areas affected by .
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Ben Carson Nov 13
HUD spotlight on : Connecticut became the second state to effectively end homelessness in 2016. Through the HUD-VASH program & are helping more states and communities accomplish the same.
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HUD User Nov 13
Less than 1 month left to register for Student Design & Planning Competition. Don't let this opportunity pass you by!
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Ben Carson Nov 11
"I’m very grateful and thankful for the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the HUD-VASH program. It saved my life and my children’s lives." Read more of Oneika's story at
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HUDgov Nov 11
"HUD-VASH was a game changer for me. Sure, I received housing assistance, but it was much more than that." Read Antonio's story at .
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HUDgov Nov 11
To all the men and women who answered the call to serve...thank you.
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HUDgov Nov 10
"I’ve been sober and employed for 26 years. I am a housing specialist and I find homes for people who are where I once was." Read Burney's story at .
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Library of Congress Nov 9
Sunday marks 100 years since the armistice that ended World War I. Now we celebrate that day as . Look back on this "war to end all wars" through our "Echoes of the Great War" exhibition
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US Department of the Interior Nov 9
On Sunday (November 11), we’re waiving entrance fees for all public lands for . Retweet to spread the word! Pic: Randy Dietmeyer
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Veterans Health Nov 6
According to & , the number of homeless declined in 2018 in response to long-established federal efforts and a push by dozens of local communities. But our job is not done.
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Ben Carson Nov 8
HUD spotlight on : Virginia became the first state to effectively end homelessness in 2015. continues working with through the HUD-VASH program so that more communities and states can accomplish the same.
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Ben Carson Nov 7
I’m meeting w/ our Office here in Boston & we’re discussing some of the ways they’re serving the housing needs of the region, including the challenges of creating more affordable housing options in the community. They’re working hard & I’m proud of our team.
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HUDgov Nov 6
Where you live is your choice. Learn more at .
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SBA Nov 5
It's National Veterans Small Business Week! Join us in celebrating your community by locating an event near you →
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HUDgov Nov 5
"They told me I qualified for a HUD-VASH voucher and offered me a spot at the Wood Veterans House. I’m grateful to have had a chance to live there." Read Mark's story at .
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HUD Rocky Mountains Nov 5
HOME. It's something to call your own. Watch video from 'Native Homeownership is Possible' series:
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HUDgov Nov 2
"I lost my job, my roommate moved out, and then I became homeless. I knew that I was worthy and capable of doing better." Read Muhammad's story at .
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HUDgov Nov 1
“I never used the ‘H-word.’ I always called myself an urban camper. Today, I’m happy that I’m here because I have a roof over my head, my own kitchen, and a place of my own.” Read Luis' story at .
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HUDSoutheast Nov 1
Veteran homelessness in the U.S. continues to decline. In , the number of veterans experiencing homelessness in 2018 decreased 24.5% percent from 2017.
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