In this webinar, Claudia Powell from the University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women and Brian Roccapriore from the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness discuss strategies and rationale for using sampling and extrapolation to improve the accuracy and […]
Category: Chronic Homelessness
Reallocating Permanent Supportive Housing
After years of emphasis on reallocating low performing transitional housing programs, many communities are finding their Continuum of Care (CoC) portfolios are almost entirely composed of permanent housing projects. CoCs should evaluate permanent supportive housing (PSH) projects and consider reallocation […]
Continuing a movement that’s Built for Zero
by Jayme Day Steve Berg, our Vice President, and I had the opportunity to spend three energizing days last week in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium. Here are some things that struck us about the event: […]
Using Medicaid to Pay for Services in PSH
The National Alliance to End Homelessness, the Technical Assistance Collaborative, and CSH have developed this “how to” guide to help Continuum of Care (CoC) and other service system leaders work with health care systems to explore how Medicaid can finance supportive services in permanent supportive housing.
Defining what it means to end chronic homelessness – we now have a clear goal
The goal to end chronic homelessness set by the federal government in 2005 was considered very ambitious. Today, we are excited to share that the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness and its 19 federal member agencies released criteria and a benchmark that define what ending chronic homelessness should look like. Being at a point where we are able to define what it means to end chronic homelessness is exciting — it means we have made significant strides and now need to plan an end game.