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The Road Home

The Road Home

By National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
Addressing and ending veteran homelessness is more than an obligation, it is a responsibility. Roughly 37,000 veterans throughout the country lack permanent housing, of this some 14,000 are unsheltered on any given night.

The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans is launching “The Road Home” podcast with a series covering affordable housing for veterans. Tune in as we discuss several projects across the country, housing best practices and how affordable housing availability is critical to ending veteran homelessness.
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The Soldiers Home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Part 2

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Corsair Flats in Alameda, California & Transit Oriented Development
Tune in this week as we discuss Transit Oriented Developments and the Corsair Flats Apartments in California. We speak to Louis Liss Project Developer at Eden Housing, Debbie Potter Community Development Director for the City of Alameda, and  Jennifer Pearce Housing and Community Development Manager for Alameda County Community Development Agency.  Click here for Insights from this week's episode.
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The Soldiers Home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Part 2
Tune in this week for a two-part episode, discussing The Soldiers Home in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and Historic Tax Credits In Part I, we are joined by Johnathan Beck Development Project Manager at The Alexander Company; Debbie Burkart National VP of Supportive Housing at National Equity Fund; Willie Hines, Associate Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee; Jackie Martinez, Section 8 Program Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee;  and Fernando Aniban, CFO of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee. In Part 2, we are joined by Jen Davel the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Donovan Rypkema, Principal at Place Economics. Thanks for Listening! Click here for insights from this episode. Remember to rate and subscribe to our podcast!
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October 8, 2020
The Soldiers Home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Part 1
Tune in this week for a two-part episode, discussing The Soldiers Home in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and Historic Tax Credits In Part I, we are joined by Johnathan Beck Development Project Manager at The Alexander Company; Debbie Burkart National VP of Supportive Housing at National Equity Fund; Willie Hines, Associate Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee; Jackie Martinez, Section 8 Program Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee;  and Fernando Aniban, CFO of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.  In Part 2, we are joined by Jen Davel the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Donovan Rypkema, Principal at Place Economics. Thanks for Listening! Click here for insights from this episode. Remember to rate and subscribe to our podcast!
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October 8, 2020
New Market Tax Credits: Bonus Episode
The Road Home has a bonus interview for you this week, which adds some context to the full-length episode we released last week. The bonus interviews are intended to give further insights from the experts, hear more in-depth about funding sources, clarify any questions you all may have about the method for implementation, and draw more of a direct connection between the feature developments and NCHVs long-standing community-level efforts.   In this week's bonus interview, we continue our discussion on New Market Tax Credits with Michelle Wildman, Senior VP for Community Development at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. 
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October 7, 2020
New Market Tax Credits: Sugar Hill Mixed Use Development
Tune is as we speak with Donald Rencher, Esq. Director, Housing & Revitalization Department with the City of Detroit, and Paul Anderson of the New Market Tax Credit Coalition to discuss the Sugar Hill Development in Detroit, Michigan. View More information about the project here.
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October 1, 2020
Terwilliger Place in Arlington Virginia
The Road Home” podcast discusses projects across the country, housing best practices, and how affordable housing availability is critical to ending veteran homelessness. This week NCHV Housing Program Associate, Jasmine Bazley is joined by Nina Janopaul, Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing; Bob Romano, Former Post Commander, American Legion; Sara Pizzo, Arlington County Principal Development Specialist.
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Trailer - The Road Home
Addressing and ending veteran homelessness is more than an obligation, it is a responsibility. Almost 40,000 veterans are without shelter in the US on any given night. Tune in to “The Road Home” as we discuss several projects across the country, housing best practices, and how affordable housing availability is critical to ending veteran homelessness. www.nchv.org
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