Fahe Membership Renewals were due July 15
Fahe Annual Meeting & Rural Initiatives Conference – Sept. 9-12 ~ Hilton Knoxville – Register NOW to ensure your spot at the Rural Conference (free with Annual Mtg. registration) Information HERE
$85 Million Available for Pre-Apprenticeship Programs for Young People (YouthBuild) – if you are interested in applying, especially if this is your first time, we have an offer of help to coach and review your application, please email Jackie or Vonda. Applications are due August 6, 2019 4 p.m. ET
ARC is currently seeking proposals from eligible organizations to partner on a new high school entrepreneurship summer program. The program will provide comprehensive entrepreneurial training and supportive services to selected high school students who will be seniors during the 2020–2021 academic year. Read the Request for Proposals, which must be submitted by close of business on our newly extended deadline of September 6, 2019.
HUD – (NOFA) posted: FY 2019 CoC Program Competition: Funding Availability. The CoC Application, CoC Priority Listing, and Project Applications will be available the week of July 8, 2019 in e-snaps. Collaborative Submission Deadline: Monday, September 30, 2019 at 8:00 PM EDT
The HUD-VASH program combines HUD Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance for homeless veterans with case management and clinical services provided by local VA Medical Centers (VAMCs), community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs), or other entities as designated by the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA medical facility refers all eligible HUD-VASH families to the partnering Public Housing Agency (PHA).
Registrations of Interest must be submitted electronically to VASH_ROI@hud.gov no later than midnight in the time zone of the PHA on August 19, 2019. See Section 7 of the notice for all Registration of Interest Requirements.
UPCOMING Fahe EVENTS
(No Member Connection call in August)
Sept. 9-10, 2019 – Fahe Annual Meeting & Sept. 10-12 Rural Initiatives Conference ~ Hilton Knoxville
If you didn’t have a chance to attend the Appalachian Housing Needs Webinar on May 1, you can watch it HERE
Tues. July 30 10-10:30 am – Fahe’s Insurance Broker, Scott Insurance is offering a FREE Webinar: Navigating the Changing Insurance Market focused on unique insurance considerations for Affordable Housing organizations.
Online Self-Guided Training from NWA – Fahe has purchased unlimited access to 22 training courses, registration (free of charge to Fahe Members). You can register through Sept. 30 and have 60 days in which to complete the course and tests. Contact Jackie for registration info.
August 6-8 HAC Section 502 packaging training.For experienced participants to assist potential borrowers and work with RD staff, other nonprofits and regional intermediaries to deliver successful Section 502 loan packages. East Lansing, MI. For more information, contact HAC staff, 404-892-4824.
Aug 19-23 NeighborWorks America NTI –New Orleans, LA
This is YOUR Caucus Newsletter – if you have items you’d like to share, Email Jackie
From Katy Stigers: Fahe is represented in the current issue of the Journal of Appalachian Health. This new journal focuses on rapid sharing of results and knowledge about health in Appalachia. It is open source/open access so unlike many scholarly publications it is easy to access. The articles are readable for a lay audience, while also maintaining a peer-review process to ensure quality and rigor. Check out the table of contents for articles that might be relevant to your organization. Initially funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Check out the “Voices from the Hollow section” and share your thoughts!
Fahe Community Lending is rolling out a referral program for Members ONLY. Details HERE
CHECK IT OUT: Fahe’s Lending Directory
Katy Stigers’Report on Issues Facing Rural Housing
Questions or to express interest in Fahe Strategic Programs? Please email Tyler Johnson
Harvard’s Joint Center on Housing Studies reports in The State of the Nation’s Housing 2019
The Appalachian Region: A Data Overview from the 2013–2017 American Community Survey, also known as “The Chartbook.” contains over 300,000 data points about Appalachia’s socioeconomic experience, and examines data change over recent years to show trends.