Ways to make the State Housing Trust Fund a Reality in Your County

The Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehancement Act (PHARE) now has a three consistent revenue sources- Act 13 Impact Fees, money from the National Housing Trust Fund and income from the Realty Transfer Tax.

To read more about implementaton and source details, click here. 



Task Force and Advisory Committee Release Report on Ending Homelessness

HAPPN worked with the PA legislative task force and other service providers to release HOMELESSNESS IN PENNSYLVANIA: CAUSES, IMPACTS, AND SOLUTIONS: A TASK FORCE AND ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT.

Homes Within Reach 2016- Become a Sponsor!

We are gearing up for 2016's Homes within Reach Conference, to be held at the Harrisburg Hilton, November 14-16. To become a sponsor of this great networking and educational event, please click here. 


HomeHUB© is an online, interactive mobile-friendly information clearinghouse for homeownership professionals—lenders, realtors, governmental officials, builders, housing counselors—to learn about and share resources to help clients obtain, retain or maintain a home. Check it out here. 

PA Blight and Land Bank Library

Check out PABlightLibrary.com for PA’s newest publications on blight and land banks. Made possible thanks to the generous support of the Benedum Foundation and the PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). Also, make sure to register for the land bank summit, May 11th and 12th in Latrobe, PA. 


Don't Miss the Landbank Summit in May!

Latest News

Community Progress Council in York, PA is seeking an Assistant Director of Housing and Case Management.
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Funding support 1,200 local homeless housing and service programs
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The city of Pittsburgh has a shortage of 21,000 units of affordable housing, and a city task force is making recommendations about how to help solve it.
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Featured Resources

Testimony on ending youth homelessness
This report includes recommendations of how to strengthen regulatory enforcement to address unsafe and unhealthy housing in Philadelphia
The Housing First model is simple: provide housing first, and then combine that housing with supportive treatment services in the areas of mental and physical health, substance abuse, education, and employment.

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