When you ask people to describe homelessness, they will mention the obvious and visible forms that occur more often in urban areas: people sleeping on the streets, cardboard signs asking for help, shopping carts filled with personal belongings. In rural areas, homelessness doesn’t always take such obvious forms and those who suffer from it can […]
Living in an underbanked (or unbanked) area can have serious negative consequences on a household. Without access to mainstream financial services offered by retail banks such as checking and savings accounts or the ability to take short term loans at a reasonable interest rate, people often turn to other services such as payday lenders, check […]
NeighborWorks America has officially announced the network organizations to be featured in the upcoming NeighborWorks Book to be published December 2016.
The Fahe Network will be featured in the book several times with case studies contributed from Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, Community Housing Partners, Community Ventures, Fahe, Frontier Housing, and HomeSource […]
Mention Hazard, Kentucky to almost anyone and they’ll envision the Duke Boys ramping the General Lee through the air. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, that show was actually based in a fictional town in Georgia, but that hasn’t stopped it from coloring people’s perceptions of Hazard, Kentucky. Thanks to the Dukes of Hazzard, Hazard is probably […]