On Friday, April 13th Open Communities Alliance is fortunate to have two Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing experts visiting Connecticut from Washington, DC. Philip Tegeler from the Poverty and Race Research Action Council and Alison Bell of the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities are joining us on a panel at a conference in Springfield, MA, but we are taking advantage of their trip to offer a roundtable discussion in Hartford on:
(1) Mobility counseling and
(2) Implementation of Small Area Fair Market Rents after our successful case against HUD in Open Communities Alliance v. Carson.
Please join us for this opportunity to learn more about these two tools for offering more choices to families relying on the Housing Choice Voucher program.
Directions: When getting to the CT Non-Profit Center complex, use 146 Wyllys Street in your GPS which will lead you to the parking lot for the complex. The meeting will be in building 1, so you'll want to go down the steps and walk across the courtyard. Enter through the double glass doors, walk straight across the lobby, and through the next set of double glass doors, and follow the hallway to the left. The Charter Oak conference room will be on your left.
75 Charter Oak Ave
Hartford, CT 06106
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