Category: Veterans

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 […]

The FY2018 NOFA: We’re Here to Help!

By now your community has delved into the FY2018 CoC Program Competition. Wherever you are in the process, we’re happy to tell you that the Alliance is here to help! As Steve Berg mentioned in his earlier blog, this year’s NOFA is all about performance. The Alliance’s FY2018 NOFA blog and webinar series will help […]

What to Expect in the 2018 CoC Program NOFA

People are hard at work on the NOFA for Continuum of Care funding for 2018, and this blog post kicks off a set of tools the Alliance will produce to help. We encourage all readers to also review resources from other partners, including HUD and USICH. Both organizations are producing resources to answer questions about […]

Veteran Homelessness: What’s Working, What to Watch

This guest post was written by Rebecca Cohen, associate in the Social & Economic Policy Division of Abt Associates. In May 2018, Kittitas County became the latest community to be recognized by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as having effectively […]

We Must Not Lose Momentum on Veteran Homelessness

Over the past several years, our nation’s progress on veteran homelessness has been one of the most important success stories in the effort to end homelessness. But earlier this month, an annual count of homelessness in the U.S. reminded us that the job isn’t done, and we can’t slow down. According to the 2017 Annual […]

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