Don’t renege on affordable senior housing commitments, LeadingAge tells Congress
Oct 12, 2021
Reports that $300 billion in affordable housing investments for older adults could be slashed from the budget reconciliation legislation under consideration by federal legislators has an aging services...
HUD awards $143 million in grants for affordable senior housing
Kathleen Steele Gaivin
Sep 24, 2021
The grants will go toward development of multifamily construction projects, ongoing project rental assistance for very low-income seniors under the department’s Section 202 Supportive Housing for the...
Affordable senior housing positioned to benefit from ‘historic investments’
Sep 09, 2021
As information begins to trickle out from House committees hammering out plans for the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill, affordable senior housing is positioned to benefit from a “historic investments”...
‘Most important moment in decades’ for older adults, families’: LeadingAge
Sep 01, 2021
As Congress finalizes the $3.5 billion budget reconciliation package, long-term care leaders and providers are pushing the need for “game changing” investments for older adults and their caregivers.
More news for Tuesday, Aug. 31
Aug 31, 2021
Groups request extension for vaccine mandate in Maine … Senior housing providers can take action to protect older adults from the end of eviction moratorium … Multiple defendants indicted in ‘grandparent...
Senior living industry pushes infrastructure agenda during budget talks
Aug 27, 2021
As legislative committees work on how to divvy up the $3.5 trillion approved by the House of Representatives earlier this week in the fiscal year 2022 budget resolution, the senior living and care industry...
Bill contains ‘big, bold’ changes to benefit affordable senior housing
Aug 20, 2021
New legislation introduced Wednesday will make a “generational investment” in affordable housing, including seniors housing, by targeting sweeping financing reforms to combat homelessness and expand...
Hebrew SeniorLife expansion gets funding from town
Kathleen Steele Gaivin
Jul 28, 2021
The nonprofit Hebrew SeniorLife in Randolph, MA, is expanding its affordable senior housing with help from the town, and the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development will support the...
Senior living leaders hopeful $3.5 trillion budget bill will remember providers
Jul 15, 2021
Senate Democrats announced a $3.5 trillion budget agreement on Tuesday, and although details are limited on how the package specifically might affect aging services providers, senior living leaders remain...
‘Priceless’: Affordable senior housing gets a major boost in House draft spending bill
Jul 14, 2021
Big increases reflect a House committee that understands the value of HUD’s Section 202 program — a priceless thing as Congress heads into discussions on an infrastructure reconciliation bill, says...