Category: Rapid Re-Housing

Enhancing Rapid Re-Housing with Employment

Written by Guest blogger, Tara Maguire, National Initiative on Policy and Economic Opportunity at the Heartland Alliance The scale of family homelessness demands attention. As a new paper about integrating rapid re-housing and employment from my team at Heartland Alliance’s National Initiatives on Poverty & Economic Opportunity makes clear, too many families are experiencing or […]

Rapid Re-Housing For Youth: Lessons from the Learning Community

Over the last year, there has been a dramatic expansion in the number of rapid re-housing (RRH) programs designed to serve youth. In 2016, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded over $15 million to RRH providers focusing on implementing the intervention for youth. And already in 2017, HUD’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration […]

Catch up on the RRH Works Campaign

Throughout our RRH Works campaign, we have heard about the five key strategies for advancing the intervention discussed at the Alliance’s Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Leadership Summit held in Sept. 2016. Today we are making commitments to scale up RRH in our new document, Rapid Re-Housing Leadership Summit: What We Learned. Did you miss some of […]

What can YOU do to increase and improve rapid re-housing?

written by Jen Saunders and Samantha Batko Today the Alliance is releasing three new resources that explore strategies for how communities can expand capacity and improve performance of rapid re-housing (RRH). This follows our series of blogs about how and what communities can do to identify and access new funding for rapid re-housing. How do […]

Using Home Investment Partnerships Program Funds to Support Rapid Re-Housing

This is our fourth blog designed to help communities understand some of the resources available to help support rapid re-housing (RRH). Steve Berg of the Alliance talked about where communities could access new resources for RRH. We also blogged about steps communities can take to develop flexible private dollars  by engaging philanthropic organizations and the […]

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