HUD's National Call to Action is a campaign designed to enlist states, local communities, and affordable housing advocacy groups across the nation to commit to producing affordable housing through public participation in a national network for regulatory reform.
- To Create a national network of states, communities, and affordable housing advocacy groups that have made the pledge to actively engage in regulatory reform, thereby strengthening the national commitment to providing affordable housing for America's workforce.
- To Assist states and communities in their efforts to initiate regulatory reform and increasing the supply of affordable housing by encouraging the creation of state and local affordable housing task forces.
- To Educate affordable housing advocacy groups on the issues of regulatory barriers to affordable housing, and by doing so, empower these organizations to work with their respective jurisdictions in addressing regulatory reform.
- To Promote awareness of the Departmentís America's Affordable Communities Initiative (AACI) and Regulatory Barriers Clearinghouse (RBC), and encourage states, communities, and affordable housing advocacy groups across the nation to address the need for regulatory reform that increases the supply of affordable housing.