Three Hudson Valley cities receive anti-displacement grants

MID-HUDSON – The cities of Hudson, Kingston and Newburgh will each receive $1 million from Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. to implement targeted strategies designed to help prevent displacement of residents from their homes and community.

Last year, Enterprise formed an Anti-Displacement Learning Network, which included local stakeholders, elected officials and staff, who worked with Enterprise over nine months to identify displacement triggers and design targeted approaches to address them.

Resident displacement is a major cause of community destabilization across New York. Displacement disproportionately harms low-income communities and people of color, furthering racial inequity and causing increased and entrenched poverty, economic immobility, and weakened cultural ties and support networks.



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