By Lantern Community Services
Today, Lisa Stein joined Lantern Community Services as its new Chief Operating Officer.
By Project WeHOPE
Project WeHOPE, a leading provider of homeless care in East Palo Alto, expands its Supportive Housing Program in 2015, offering more courses and case-management resources to help unhoused, homeless and at-risk adults rebuild their lives.
By HABcore, Inc.
HABcore Inc.’s Associate Director, Katie Maier, received this year’s Supportive Housing Association (SHA) of New Jersey Direct Support Staff Person Award on December 7, 2012 at The Pines Manor in Edison.
By Schwartz Media Strategies
$12 million apartment complex developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing includes 60 affordable housing units for low-income families.
By Amy Rohrbeck
CSH-SHA Supportive Housing Conference Brings Together Industry Experts
By Caryl Communications, Inc.
Growing Non-Profit Takes 14,000 Sq. Ft. at 100 Hollister Road in Teterboro, N.J.
By Kai Stansberry PR
Supportive housing industry and government leaders, practitioners, and community advocates gathered for a Dinner and Ceremony
By Kai Stansberry PR/ CSH
Recognizing Permanent Supportive Housing Development in California
By Liberation Programs, Inc.
Thursday, May 12, 2011, 6 pm. Come to the 4th Annual Spirit of Hope dinner to benefit Liberation Programs, Inc., substance abuse housing for pregnant/single mothers. Andrew McDonald receives Spirit of Hope Award from Governor Malloy.
By Grace Family Church of Rhode Island
Did you know that RI is second only to Nevada in percentage of population that is homeless? That 80% of the homeless are working people who do not fit the stereotype? That agencies know how to end homelessness while saving taxpayer’s money?
By Wragg & Casas Public Relations
Carrfour will be recognized at the National Trust’s 2010 National Preservation Conference in Austin, Texas, for its part in rehabilitating the landmark Royalton Hotel built in 1923 in downtown Miami in the Classic Revivalist style.
By Family Service
Family Service broke ground today on a supportive housing residence for 3 women with disabilities. The new home will take the place of an old barn which was torn down in July of 2008. Construction on the new home, will be completed by spring of 2011.
By Kai Stansberry PR
Recognizing Supportive Housing Leadership and Development in Los Angeles County Reception to Honor Six Recipients
By Kai Stansberry
Participants Recognized at 4/14 Dinner Reception