Category: Individual Adults

Transitioning to a Low-Barrier and Pet-Friendly Shelter Model: Catholic Charities Santa Rosa

Background Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa (CCSR), part of the national network of Catholic Charities organizations, provides day services, senior services, immigration assistance, health and economic wellness programming, and homeless services in northern California. CCSR operates three shelters, each serving specific populations: Samuel L. Jones Hall (SLJH) offers shelter for up to 123 individual adults […]

A Matter of Focus: Why We Need a Framework for Individual Adults

Every year, the staff of the Alliance has a strategic planning retreat. We get together to talk about where the nation stands on homelessness; tally what has been accomplished; and identify the challenges that lie ahead. We think about our own capacity, and then decide where we think we could make the most difference.  I’m […]

Key Takeaways from #NAEH2018

Thanks once again to everyone who came to the National Conference on Ending Homelessness, and to the many more who followed the action on Twitter or watched speeches on Facebook Live. Here are my key takeaways: People working to end homelessness are clearer than ever about what it will take. To permanently end homelessness, there […]

Congratulations Georgia: Housing 275 Households in 100 Days

This post is part of a National Alliance to End Homelessness blog series to highlight the Rapid Rehousing Learning Collaboratives in Georgia and Maryland. Read more about Learning Collaboratives in the first post in the series here. If you’ve ever attended an Alliance webinar, you probably know what to expect from the experience: You will […]

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