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2019 Housing Fact Book
The 2019 Housing Fact Book Luncheon is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 25, 2019. 

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2019 Fact Book

HWRI’s annual Housing Fact Book tracks housing affordability throughout the state. 
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Myths vs. Facts

Myth or Fact? Affordable Housing in my neighborhood will lower my property value.
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Obstacles to Building Affordable Home

Housing Programs

Learn about the wide range of affordable housing programs throughout the state.
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Publications & Reports

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Latest News

NLIHC: Sign Letter Today: Housing in Infrastructure Spending!

House Democrats have unveiled a $760 billion blueprint for an infrastructure spending package that does not include adequate resources to build or preserve affordable and accessible homes for America’s lowest-income seniors, people with disabilities, families with children, and others. Congressional leaders need to hear from you!

Housing Assistance Collaborative: Pop Up Clinics

The Housing Assistance Collaborative (HAC) set up weekly pop-up housing application clinics throughout Providence/East Providence/Pawtucket to help folks.

AP: Rhode Island getting almost $22M in public housing funds

Two dozen public housing authorities across Rhode Island are getting a total of nearly $22 million in federal grants to fix up their properties.


Upcoming Anti-Oppression Training

Join the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless for a frank discussion on the ways in which systems oppression invade and perpetrate barriers to housing & learn ways to stem oppression.

RIH: Statewide Housing Planning: Public Meetings

Statewide Housing Planning: Public Meetings

RIH: DON'T MISS OUT on Stakeholder Workshops

DON'T MISS OUT on Stakeholder Workshops

HousingWorks RI envisions a state in which all communities embrace a variety of housing choices–close to transit or job hubs, and near existing neighborhood or village centers. Affordability should play a key role in housing creation throughout our state."

Brenda ClementDirector

Discover the latest findings from around Rhode Island. Browse through our New Housing Research.

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