In September 2016, the National Alliance to End Homelessness convened nearly 100 rapid re-housing (RRH) champions from around the country to develop a common vision about how we can advance RRH and discuss emerging knowledge, research and practice on the […]
The State of California recognizes that housing is a key component of families’ health, economic and social well-being. In order to meet this need, the state is using a rapid re-housing approach to provide housing for families experiencing homelessness and […]
Learn how two successful programs – Homefull in Dayton, OH, and Friendship Place, in Washington, DC – are able to successfully rapidly re-house households with no income.
written by Jen Saunders and Samantha Batko Today the Alliance is releasing three new resources that explore strategies for how communities can expand capacity and improve performance of rapid re-housing (RRH). This follows our series of blogs about how and […]
Katharine Gale, of Katharine Gale Consulting, talks about critical elements of an effective homeless system, including the role of rapid re-housing. Nichele Carver of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, discusses how her state has scaled up rapid re-housing […]