Category: Federal Funding

Update on the Public Charge Rule

The US Supreme Court recently allowed the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) “Public Charge Rule” to take effect nationwide, with the exception of Illinois due to a statewide injunction. This rule is anticipated to have a negative impact on low-income […]

New Homelessness Numbers Reflect Uneven Progress, Increased Urgency

Despite Significant Decreases Among Families, Youth, and Veterans, Overall Homelessness Increases 2.7 Percent The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) 2019 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress reveals that an estimated 567,715 people were identified homeless on […]

Establishing a Federal Fund for Homelessness Prevention

It’s well known that an acute financial emergency is often the breaking point that makes someone become homeless. Perhaps it’s a matter of missed rental payments or utility bills. Sometimes it comes in the form of a medical bill or […]

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