This year five homeless service providers from the United States, and five from the United Kingdom had the opportunity to study an innovative practice on the other side of the Atlantic. The experience is fascinating and eye-opening for all of […]
In our last blog from the Rapid Re-Housing Works campaign, we talked about the five key strategies for advancing rapid re-housing that were discussed at our recent Rapid Re-Housing Leadership Summit. But what are these strategies, and why do they matter? The […]
Every 20 years the United Nations hosts a conference on Housing and Urban Stability called Habitat. This year is Habitat III, an opportunity to adopt global standards of achievement in sustainable urban development. Our CEO and President Nan Roman will […]
2015 was a milestone year as far as new and current donors stepping up to support solutions to end homelessness.
Summer is officially over, and school is back in session. So here’s some basic math to jog the brain: to end homelessness, the number of people exiting homelessness must be greater than the number of people entering homelessness.
In Los Angeles County, over 10,000 chronically homeless individuals exited homelessness to housing in the past three years—a remarkable feat. And yet, the number of homeless persons continues to grow. So what’s happening in the equation?