EXISTING HOUSING FAI...
D.C. HOUSING AUTHORITY RECEIVES $274,000 HUD GRANT -- FUNDS DEDICATED TO HELPING DCHA FAMILIES REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL.
DOING BUSINESS WITH DCHA
The District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) recently received $273,698 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to help residents receiving housing assistance gain access to education, job training, and employment. The grant is part of HUD’s $75 million in funding for housing authorities across the country to support the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program for DCHA clients. The grant will be used to hire or retain service coordinators who work with families within the program. The District’s funding will cover the cost of four of these positions. "HUD connects folks to opportunity," said HUD Secretary Julian Castro in a statement. "These grants will link people to the computer access, financial literacy, job training, childcare and other tools they need to compete and succeed in the workplace. Every American deserves access to the skills and resources necessary to become self-sufficient." DCHA’s FSS Program e...
AFFORDABLE HOUSING ADVOCATE HONORED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
D.C. HOUSING AUTHORITY AIMS TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION OVER 10 YEARS -- AGENCY JOINS THE NATIONAL BETTER BUILDINGS CHALLENGE
WELCOME THE 2014-2017 RESIDENT COUNCILS
PARK MORTON GOES BACK TO SCHOOL
D.C. HOUSING AUTHORITY BREAKS GROUND ON THE CAPITOL QUARTER COMMUNITY BUILDING
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER
SOLICITATION RFP 0002-2015 FOR AN OPERATOR OF A COMMUNITY BUILDING AT CAPITAL QUARTER
ADDENDUM NO. 3 RFP DCHE 2015-1 ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR GOOD HOPE RD., SE
ADDENDUM NO. 2 RFP DCHE 2015-1 ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR GOOD HOPE RD., SE
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