Category: Housing First

5 Key Facts About Homeless Veterans

In November, the nation takes a day off to honor its veterans.  In recent years, the homeless services world has held these sentiments all year long: diligently working to secure permanent housing for everyone who has served our country.  Below […]

Statement in Response to USICH’s “Expanding the Toolbox” Report

This week, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH), the Federal agency tasked with coordinating the national effort to end homelessness, released its new strategic plan, entitled Expanding the Toolbox: The Whole-of-Government Response to Homelessness. Unfortunately, the document is neither […]

Racial Equity and Emergency Shelter: Access and Outcomes

Emergency shelter is a critical component of the homeless services system. Shelters allow people experiencing homelessness to access immediate needs like sleep, food, medical care, and safety. Effective emergency shelters are also oriented towards attaining permanent housing. However, people of […]

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