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Home Matters® to families and communities. At RUPCO, we believe that affordable housing is an essential platform that promotes positive outcomes in education, employment, and physical and mental health. Affordable housing is the platform in which all other things are possible in terms of people leading fulfilling lives.

Home Matters® is a movement that unites America around Home as the place where lives and families thrive, and as the bedrock for a stronger nation. As Home Matters grows, so too will public awareness of the proven connections between stable housing and jobs, education, health, the economy, public safety, and other important facets of American life.

Home Matters®  is spearheaded by the National NeighborWorks Association and supported by the NNA Fund, along with a coast-to-coast coalition of leaders, community groups, nonprofits, and the public at large. We are allied by a critical mission: to show how Home is indispensable to each one of us, and to our nation’s progress.

As neighbors, parents, tenants and homeowners, professionals, and individuals of all different backgrounds, creeds, colors, faiths and vocations, we strive to Create Homes, to Support People, and to Improve Communities:

http://www.homemattersamerica.com/

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