The Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) recently coordinated an exciting pilot project to test a housing first approach with domestic violence (DV) survivors. They detail how rapid re-housing can work for domestic violence survivors.
We are all familiar with the old adage about real estate – location, location, location. Homefull in Dayton, Ohio has an adage about rapid re-housing: communication, communication, communication. Read more from guest blogger Tina Patterson about how they use the power of 3 every day.
Over the past year, communities across the country have declared an end to veteran homelessness. These communities, which range from small rural areas to large cities, have demonstrated that with the right resources, interventions, and federal and community supports, it is possible to accomplish this goal.
Determining the right time to end assistance and close a case is one of the hardest decisions a service provider must make.
The goal of rent and move-in assistance is to provide short-term help to households so they can pay for housing. Learn how to get started.