Category: Unsheltered

The Alliance’s Unsheltered blog series, explores trends, data, and interventions related to unsheltered homelessness.

Expressing Gratitude, Looking Forward

As 2022 comes to a close, here at the National Alliance to End Homelessness we are thinking about all of the things we are grateful for – but also about the work ahead of us. We want to share a […]

Exploring Innovations and Solutions for Unsheltered Homelessness

In March 2023, the Alliance will return to its West Coast conference format for the first time since February 2020. The conference’s focus on unsheltered homelessness makes the destination state of California as relevant as ever: two-thirds of California’s population […]

There’s a Right Way and a Wrong Way to Address Encampments

Written by Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum, Jennifer Hark Dietz, Stephanie Klasky-Gamer, Veronica Lewis, and John Maceri Recent polls of Angelenos show that leading up to the mayoral election, demand for an urgent, constructive response to the crisis of homelessness […]

More Jail Time or More Housing?

Written by Norm Stamper, Ph.D., Seattle Chief of Police (Ret) To achieve public safety, social justice, and an equitable society, we must disentangle issues of crime from issues of homelessness. Preventing crime, detecting and apprehending those who commit it, and […]

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