Category: Children and Families

New HUD Initiative to Foster Youth to Independence

This post is authored by Kevin Solarte, Senior Program Manager for Federal Technical Assistance at the Corporation for Supportive Housing.  Ending homelessness means so much more than just serving the people who are already in the homelessness system. It also […]

State Progress in Ending Family Homelessness is Uneven

Over a five-year period, the number of families experiencing homelessness (living in shelter, transitional housing, or unsheltered situations) on a single night decreased by 21 percent. Families experiencing unsheltered homelessness declined by more than half.  Family homelessness did not decline […]

State Solutions to Ending Family Homelessness

Families experiencing homelessness at a point-in-time declined by 24 percent nationally since 2013, with 34 states reporting declines of one-third or more. State leadership can significantly further reductions in family homelessness through promoting evidence-based interventions. Below are resources and tools for […]

Introducing the State of Homelessness 2019

The Alliance is excited to release the State of Homelessness 2019. This web-based annual report uses data to chart the nation’s progress towards ending homelessness. The information further informs policymaking as well as national discussions focused on improving awareness and solutions.   As we move into a new year of the State of […]

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