Featured Stories

  • WELCOME COURTNEY W. HALL, NEW VP OF PROGRAMS

    We are excited to announce Courtney W. Hall as our new Vice President of Programs. Courtney comes to Housing Up from the District of Columbia’s Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) where, as Deputy Director of Program Operations, he was responsible for overseeing the implementation of social work and case

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  • INTRODUCING JULIAN PETERS!

    We’ll periodically introduce you to new additions to our dynamic Housing Up staff. Meet Julian, our new Resource Development Associate.  Tell me a little about yourself. I was born and raised in Congress Heights, Washington, DC. I attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where I graduated with a degree in English

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  • WEINBERG COMMONS RECEIVES OFFICIAL PASSIVE HOUSE CERTIFICATION

    The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Commons, our most recently completed affordable housing development, is officially a PHIUS+ certified project, making it the first multi-family retrofit apartment building in the country certified by the Passive House Institute US (PHIUS). Passive building refers to a set of design principles used to achieve a

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  • HOUSING FAMILIES WITH A $250,000 GRANT FROM HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH

    We are pleased to announce that Housing Up is the recipient of a $250,000 grant from Holy Trinity Catholic Church. The donation will support the renovation of our Partner Arms 2 building in Northwest, DC. We are currently in the process of converting Partner Arms 2 from transitional housing to

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  • WORKING WITH A NEW HUD SECRETARY: OUR PLAN FORWARD

    As a leading nonprofit provider of affordable housing and services to families experiencing homelessness, we have always valued the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) commitment to making homelessness a rare, brief and non-recurring experience. Since 2010, Opening Doors, the nation’s first comprehensive federal strategy to prevent and end

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