HHCK members receive $50 off registration ! It’s a great opportunity for networking with colleagues and housing advocates, including representatives of government agencies, non-profit and for-profit housing developers, social service providers, financial institutions, and homeless service agencies.
Three important meetings will be held on April 7, the day before the conference in the Jessamine/Franklin Room on the 2nd floor of the Hyatt, including the 2015 HHCK Annual Meeting.
- Kentucky Interagency Council on Homelessness, 9:00 AM -12:00 PM
- Statewide Continuum of Care Meeting, 1:15 – 3:15 PM
- Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky Annual Meeting, 3:30 – 5:30 PM
HHCK 2015 Legislative Agenda
The 2015 Kentucky Legislative Regular Sesssion has ended. Click here to review the status of bills on HHCK’s 2015 Kentucky Legislative Agenda.
Join the Healthy Homes Coalition to Support Enactment of the Uniform Residential Tenant Act Statewide!
URLTA Will Help Ensure for Safe and Healthy Homes for All Kentucky Renters
Organizations and Businesses: Show Your Support by Joining the Healthy Homes Coalition.
The 2014 K Count data is available online!Use this link to download the data as an Excel File. Visit Kentucky Housing Corporation’s K Count Page for more information.
Curtis Stauffer Becomes HHCK’s New Executive Director
Curtis Stauffer has a passionate belief in the importance of safe and affordable housing for all. Curtis began serving as HHCK’s Executive Director on October 15, 2014. A native of Yarmouth, Maine, Curtis has lived in Louisville since 2010. He has extensive professional experience with affordable housing, research, and social policy.
Before joining HHCK, Curtis served as Grants Coordinator for Louisville Metro’ Government’s Develop Louisville Office of Housing and Community Development. In that role, he was responsible for managing planning and reporting for US Dept. of Housing & Urban Development CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA funds. He also coordinated special projects for the agency, including creation and management of the 2014 Lots of Possibility vacant lots redevelopment competition. Before his service in Louisville Metro Government, Curtis was Development Director/Advocacy Project Coordinator for Metropolitan Housing Coalition (MHC), a non-profit affordable housing policy research and advocacy organization serving Greater Louisville. He directed fundraising and communications efforts for MHC and managed member recruitment and relations.
Curtis came to Kentucky from Jackson, Wyoming, where he served as the AmeriCorps*VISTA Development Associate for Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area, Beverage Manager for the Granary at Spring Creek Ranch, and as Research Coordinator/Operations Manager for PRES Associates, an educational program evaluation firm. Before moving to Jackson in 2003, Curtis conducted monitoring and program evaluation of HUD-funded subrecipient agencies for the City of Philadelphia Office of Housing and Community Development.
Curtis also has a strong academic history, earning an MA in Urban Studies from Temple University, where he conducted research analyzing host neighborhood reaction to Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher users, and a BA from Macalester College in Urban Studies and history. While at Macalester, he spent the Spring semester of 1996 conducting research in Durban, South Africa.
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