Expanding HUD’s Foster Youth to Independence (FYI) Program

This year we celebrate the five-year anniversary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s award-winning Foster Youth to Independence (FYI) program. FYI was established in 2019 as a result of the advocacy of current and former foster […]

Moving Forward After the Supreme Court Decision

In Justice Gorsuch’s opinion, he wrote that public-camping ordinances do not criminalize status, as they prohibit the actions taken by any person: whether they are experiencing homelessness, a backpacker on vacation, or a student choosing to protest on the lawn […]

The Supreme Court Rules on Homelessness: What it All Means

Specifically, the Supreme Court determined that the “cruel and unusual punishment” clause of the Eighth Amendment does not prohibit the City of Grants Pass from enforcing criminal punishments against people who are homeless for camping outside in the city. As […]

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