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Question: So who exactly does the Legal Clinic help?

Answer: Anyone in DC who is either homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, who needs legal assistance.

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From The Blog

Historic Housing Investments Present Opportunity to Make Real Progress in Ending Homelessness

These housing investments are large and potentially transformative, and we want to take a moment to talk about their potential impact on affordable housing and homelessness in DC as well as preview some next steps for advocacy.

After the first vote, what’s in the budget for housing and homelessness?

On July 20, the DC Council took its first vote on DC’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 budget, and we are looking ahead to the final vote on August 3. With the end of the FY22 budget season on the horizon, here is how our housing and homelessness priorities have fared in the budget process thus far.

Council Must Prevent More Evictions and Protect Tenant Rights

Tomorrow, the DC Council will vote on an emergency bill that will begin phasing in evictions again in DC. Since March of 2020, an eviction moratorium has been in place that is tied to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Mayor Bowser has told the DC Council that she does not intend to extend the Public Health Emergency past July 25. The bill before the Council has some good parts, and some parts that could stand to be improved.

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