Mobilizing a Broader Network of Advocates

As homelessness has become more visible, it has also gained attention from lawmakers at every level of government. More often than not, lawmakers and those calling for action do not understand how people become homeless, the sheer lack of resources […]

Advocating for Person-Centered Responses to Homelessness

Using punitive measures to respond to homelessness, such as arresting and/or fining people who sleep outside, is not a new approach. However, laws that punish those who have no other place to go have steadily increased in recent years at […]

Focusing on Solutions: The Supreme Court and Housing Justice

This blog post was originally published on the National Housing Conference website.  No matter the outcome, local leaders have the power to choose proven approaches to reduce homelessness. The law should ultimately uphold the responsibility of leaders to prioritize effective […]

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