Entries by Leeanne Sacino

Update on State Budget

The Governor has yet to be presented with the state budget or your HB 163 priority legislation (like the overwhelming majority of bills) by the legislature. The reason for the delay is due in large part to COVID-19 – the Governor has obviously been covered up with the states response to the virus and the […]

DCF Office on Homelessness: SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST II

Agency: Department of Children and Families Working Title: SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST II – SES * – 60000630 – ESS Office of Homelessness Position Number: 60000630 Salary: Negotiable Posting Closing Date: Open until filled To respond:  Send resume via email to: Tera.Bivens@myflfamilies.com Job Summary  The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) is the state of […]

FY19 CoC Program Awards

In January, Florida Continuums of Care were awarded over $87.5 M in Tier 1 HUD CoC Program Funding. With the Tier 2 awards provided in March, 2020 the total award for the FY2019 CoC Program Funding was over $94 M.  It’s great to see new projects and additional funding awarded to serve individuals experiencing homelessness […]

2020 Census Information

Join us on Tuesday, January 14, at 11 a.m. as we unveil our national advertising and outreach campaign for the #2020Census. https://t.co/3K0vSXQLNl pic.twitter.com/lQKOzuG2fJ — U.S. Census Bureau (@uscensusbureau) January 11, 2020

Manager, Emergency & Homeless Services

HEART OF FLORIDA UNITED WAY POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE: Manager, Emergency & Homeless Services REPORTS TO: Senior Director, Community Investment DEPARTMENT: Community Investment FLSA: Exempt POSITION OBJECTIVE: Works with the Senior Vice President and Senior Director of Community Investment to support the planning, implementation, and continuous improvement of the Community Investment department’s Investing in Results activities. […]

2019 Rental Market Study

Florida has an affordable housing shortage, mostly for households at or below 30% of AMI. One-third of extremely low income, cost-burdened households are headed by an individual aged 55 or older. Read More https://t.co/MS83dRl4aw — The Florida Coalition to End Homelessness (@FL_Homeless) January 7, 2020