Housing justice is racial justice. The MBTA Communities bill is just one step in fighting racial segregation and deepening economic hurdles to affordable housing throughout the commonwealth. We are saddened, but not surprised by the response: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/05/05/opinion/bakers-housing-law-is-ruffling-suburban-feathers-good/?event=event12

Help us crowd source funds for Comunidades Enraizadas #CommunityLandTrust! We have until next week to raise $3,500 for accessible and stable housing in Chelsea. Any contribution is greatly appreciated. Donate here ➡️ https://www.mightycause.com/story/Supportcommunidadesenraizadas

Today begins #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth and Mental Health is something CLT takes very seriously, for our residents and our staff. We are excited share the HUD/SAMHSA Mental Health Webinar Series. Check it out! https://wvrha.org/2022/04/save-the-date-hud-samhsa-national-mental-health-awareness-month-webinar-series/

Mayor Wu announced her FY23 budget proposal, including crucial funds towards affordable homeownership & assistance programs. This is just the beginning of what we hope is greater emphasis on increased affordable opportunities in the city!

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Affordable Housing Lottery In Process in Roxbury/Dorchester

  • All applications for 5 units at CLT’s Crawford House along the Roxbury/Dorchester line have been reviewed and ranked based on a set of priority categories. We will be contacting individuals as they come up in the lottery. See details here.

Established in 1985, Commonwealth Land Trust (CLT) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is dedicated to preserving neighborhoods and preventing homelessness.  CLT owns and manages over 400 units of affordable housing and provides on-site case management services to many of Massachusetts’ most vulnerable residents.  Linking housing and care, CLT works to rebuild lives and communities.

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