This one-page document outlines the five major steps that communities must take to end veteran homelessness.
With this speech, Nan Roman, Alliance President and CEO, addressed Supportive Service for Veterans Families (SSVF) “surge” grantees from across the country in December 2014. The SSVF “surge” grantees received approximately $200 million in one-time funding to provide rapid re-housing and prevention assistance to veteran households.
This infographic is meant to serve as a visual aid for educating partners and other interested parties about the core components of rapid re-housing.
This video is a recording of a webinar that originally streamed on Feb. 10, 2015, on case management and services for rapid re-housing providers. It was the third webinar in a three-part series of webinars on the "Core Components of Rapid Re-Housing." During the webinar, speakers examined how providers are delivering case management and services as part of a rapid re-housing intervention.
Earlier this week President Obama released his proposed budget for fiscal year (FY) 2016, which begins Oct. 1, 2015. The proposal includes strong measures to help communities re-house homeless people and prevent people who are at-risk from becoming homeless. As has become typical over the past several years, however, grave disagreement between the administration and Congress over larger budget issues means a lot of uncertainty for the future of homeless programs. The President’s budget presents a feasible best-case-scenario for progress on homelessness. (The worst-case-scenario is decidedly grimmer.) It’s based on some commonsense assumptions about homelessness.