The Official Blog of the National Alliance to End Homelessness

Statement on Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson Bill

Today, the National Alliance to End Homelessness officially announced its opposition to the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill. There is much speculation in the media about whether the bill will pass the Senate before a September 30th deadline, but the Alliance believes it to still be alive. In fact, throughout negotiations, the bill’s most damaging components (which drastically […]

They’ve Heard From Us. Now, Make Sure They Hear From You

This week, the Alliance hosted a Congressional briefing to highlight the incredible progress towards ending homelessness across the country. House and Senate staffers heard from Alliance partners about their successes to date, and their needs to keep the progress moving forward. Now Congress needs to hear your voice too, especially as the Senate is once […]

Congress is Back to Work. You Have a Role.

Now that Congress has returned from their August break, they’ve turned their attention toward the work in front of them for the fall. The Alliance is staying plugged into the developments on Capitol Hill and continuing to make sure Congress knows how their decisions will impact the most vulnerable Americans. We’ll keep you updated as […]

Housing is the Common Ground

Written by Guest blogger, Joshua Bamberger, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco; Chief Medical Consultant at Mercy Housing In recent months, the intense healthcare debate has often centered around our individual values: how much autonomy should we have to control our healthcare finances? How do we meet our responsibility to care for people who live […]

New HUD Joint Component Option Could Help Domestic Violence Survivors

Every day vulnerable people fleeing domestic violence are denied shelter.  It’s not because they don’t need it or because they are ineligible. It is simply because there is no room. Domestic violence programs are designed to provide safe refuge and support to people escaping violence.  Some require the safety of a crisis housing program for […]

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