Content Type: Publications

Video: Get prepared for the 2016 NOFA

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will likely release their 2016 Notice of Funding Application in the next month or so, and there are things you can do now to prepare. Watch our videos and get your community ready for the process.

During Pride Month, strive to better support LGBTQ homeless youth

While cities and LGBTQ communities across the country celebrate Pride Month, it’s a perfect moment to reflect on the many underserved youth that still require support. Here at the Alliance, it is our belief that a coordinated community response is the only way to end homelessness for LGBTQ youth. Most importantly, perhaps, we believe that ending LGBTQ youth homelessness is an achievable goal, and that it is everyone’s responsibility.

Here’s what nearly everyone can agree on in the Ryan poverty plan

A Republican task force from the House of Representatives, led by Speaker Paul Ryan, last week issued a report on policy approaches to poverty in the U.S. In some ways it was disappointing, since it provided little in the way of new ideas or specific proposals. The messaging around the report made it clear that it was an articulation of what Republicans agree on, to build support leading up to the November election, rather than a path toward consensus with the Democratic Party. Here’s what nearly everyone can agree on in the Ryan poverty plan.