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Shelter and Safety Among People Experiencing Homelessness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Finding a safe place to sleep is frequently the most significant hardship facing people experiencing homelessness. Most people experiencing homelessness are unsheltered, with 2020 point-in-time (PIT) data showing that 161,548 people were…
Commentary and Analysis

UC Berkeley Team Takes Home 2nd Place at 2022 HUD Innovation in Affordable Housing Competition

Overview On April 13, four graduate-level student teams from across the country presented their development proposals in front of a panel of six jurors at the 2022 Innovation in Affordable Housing (IAH)…
Announcements

An Uneven Housing Safety Net: Disparities in the Disbursement of Emergency Rental Assistance and the Role of Local Institutional Capacity

The federal government allocated more than $46 billion to states and localities to assist renters who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources are playing a critical role in helping stabilize…
Commentary and Analysis

The Landscape of Middle-Income Housing Affordability in California

A new paper The Landscape of Middle-Income Housing Affordability in California explores the rising housing cost burdens facing middle-income households. The paper identifies policy opportunities for state and local governments to encourage…
Commentary and Analysis

Past Webinar: Lessons from California’s Homekey Program

On Thursday, April 14, the Terner Center hosted Lessons from California’s Homekey Program. The webinar explores lessons from the first round of funding for California’s Homekey initiative, an innovative program developed during…
Events

Future of Housing and Community Development Report: Possible Scenarios and Policy Alternatives for California 100

The Terner Center, in partnership with cityLAB UCLA and the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, has released new work looking at the past and future of housing policy in California,…
Commentary and Analysis