At the end of September, we convened nearly 100 homeless systems leaders, providers, funders and federal agency representatives to develop a common vision about how to advance rapid re-housing as a primary intervention in the homeless system. Next week, we […]
by Jaime Colman On Wednesday, Sept. 29 Congress voted to pass a Continuing Resolution (CR). This means government funded programs will continue to operate under Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 levels through Dec. 9. While the CR does mean avoidance of […]
This page offers resources for advocates interested in engaging their Members of Congress through hosting them for a site visit, conducting in-district meetings, or attending public campaign events during in-district work periods in the lead up to the November election.
Happy Medicaid Monday! This is the fifth and final blog post focusing on Medicaid and what you need to know to maximize the benefits of this mainstream resource for people experiencing homelessness. Check out our previous posts: Getting started What […]
Today, Los Angeles, Austin, and Cleveland launch 100-day challenges to accelerate an end to youth homelessness in their communities. The energy we witnessed in Austin this week as all three communities gathered to set their goals and plans was inspiring. We are looking forward to seeing the innovative changes these cities implement. A Way Home America, the campaign coordinating the 100-day challenges, says it best: we are at a critical time. Veteran and chronic homelessness are declining thanks to systemic shifts to Housing First and a federal and philanthropic focus. Many of the same solutions are being scaled to end homelessness among single individuals and families.