National Coalition for Housing Justice Sends Letter to Appropriators Urging Robust FY23 Funding for Programs Serving the Lowest-Income People

The National Coalition for Housing Justice (NCHJ) sent a letter to appropriations leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate on May 20 requesting robust funding for programs targeted to serve households with the lowest incomes and those experiencing or at risk of homelessness. NCHJ is a group of national organizations, including NLIHC, dedicated to ending homelessness by achieving housing justice through pursuing racially and economically equitable policies that affirm the right of everyone to an affordable, safe, accessible, and stable place to call home.

The letter urges congressional appropriators to prioritize funding in fiscal year (FY) 2023 for programs that address the “growing housing and homelessness crisis communities face across the nation,” including Housing Choice Vouchers, Homeless Assistance Grants, public housing, tribal housing, and veteran housing, among others.

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