Diversion is an intervention designed to immediately address the needs of someone who has just lost their housing and become homeless.
The Framework for an Equitable COVID-19 Homelessness Response provides guidance for how homelessness systems can leverage the CARES Act and approval of other funding sources (such as FEMA Public Assistance) to simultaneously conduct emergency protective measures while planning for recovery-oriented uses […]
In a recent webinar, the Homelessness Research Institute (HRI) at the National Alliance to End Homelessness provides an overview of key findings from the recently released State of Homelessness: 2020 Edition report. Learn about homelessness data on both national and […]
Coordinated entry is a mechanism to shift homeless systems’ response methods from project-centric to person-centric, and based on community-level standards for referrals and program entry. Coordinated entry also ensures that scarce homelessness resources are triaged based on community-determined needs and […]
Regular engagement with elected officials is critical to any community’s efforts to end homelessness. Programs depend on federal, state, and local funding, so it is essential to regularly educate policymakers that investing in ending homelessness is good for their community. […]