January 2, 2020

HUD: 2019 Year in Review Highlighting Accomplishments Released

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today released its 2019 Year in Review outlining the major accomplishments of the agency under Secretary Ben Carson.

“The Trump Administration continues to deliver on its promise to create greater economic opportunity for low-income families and revitalize underserved communities,” said, Secretary Carson. “HUD is committed to doing its part to help families get on the path to self-sufficiency and I look forward to working with President Trump to continue building on these successes in the new year.”

HUD’s achievements in 2019 include:

Advancing Economic Opportunity

Protecting Taxpayers

Reducing Regulatory Barriers

Helping Disaster Victims Recover 

Reducing Homelessness Among Extremely Vulnerable Populations

Providing Safe & Fair Housing

Spurring Reinvestment in Communities

Read more of HUD’s 2019 accomplishments here and learn more about many of the individuals and families who have been impacted by HUD’s programs and services at HUD.gov/humansofhud.

This post was originally published here.