Category: Housing First

A Commitment to Inclusivity

Everyone working on behalf of people experiencing homelessness should agree that people in crisis need safety. People experiencing homelessness deserve a safe place to stay that is both welcoming and affirming. They deserve to be accepted as they are and […]

What I Learned about Housing First from Lloyd Pendleton

This piece is authored by Matthew Doherty, Executive Director of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness I was truly sorry to hear of the death of my friend Lloyd Pendleton in Utah earlier this year. Lloyd had provided incredible […]

What Housing First Really Means

No two people experience homelessness the same way. Some have a mental health diagnosis, some do not. Some are living with addiction, others are not. Some spend each night in shelter, while others sleep in doorways, cars, or encampments. Yet, […]

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