What Survivor Advocates Should Know about the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program: Pt. 1 of 4

National Alliance for Safe Housing

The National Alliance for Safe Housing (NASH) and Regional Housing Legal Services have created a webinar series for survivor advocates on what they should know about the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. The LIHTC program is the largest federal program encouraging the creation of affordable rental housing for low-income households in the U.S., with approximately 100,000 new units developed annually and producing over 3 million total housing units, since the program’s inception. The LIHTC program is a critical source of affordable housing for tenants, including survivors. Yet, much about the LIHTC program is not commonly known among advocates working with survivors.
Explore the webinar series and resources to learn more about LIHTC program basics and what advocates can do to help survivors access LIHTC units in their communities!

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