Housing mobility programs should involve a detailed assessment of where residents live and why. Authorities also need data and tools to assess program effectiveness.
Rising prices and the economic impacts of COVID-19 have resulted in significant affordable housing challenges. As public housing authorities analyze how to support their communities in Rebounding from the pandemic, they need to analyze the effectiveness of their landlord recruitment and retention strategies in providing affordable options under Housing Choice Voucher Programs.
CGI Federal's Nydia Parries will be presenting on Thursday from 4:15-5:15 p.m. on Housing Choice Voucher Programs (HCVP) Landlord Recruitment and Retention Strategies. CGI along with our client Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) will discuss how to develop effective Landlord Recruitment and Retention strategies within housing authorities, including SCCHA’s experience.
Topics of discussion will include:
The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program is the nation’s largest rental assistance program. As of December 2019, more than 5 million people in 2.2 million low-income households rely upon vouchers to help them obtain safe and reliable housing. Since 1995, CGI has worked with the affordable housing industry to improve and streamline operations in support of locally administered HCV programs.