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 […]
Category: Rapid Re-Housing
How California is Using TANF to End Homelessness
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 […]
Rapidly Re-Housing Households with Zero Income
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.
What can YOU do to increase and improve rapid re-housing?
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 […]
Making Rapid Re-Housing Part of Your Community’s System
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 […]