Exploring the Potential Impacts of COVID-19 Emergency Housing Resources

  • January 18, 2022
  • |Data and Graphics

A new interactive tool produced by the Alliance’s Homelessness Research Institute can help communities revisit their ERA and EHV targeting strategies to recognize the potential of fully taking advantage of this once-in-a-generation opportunity. This data visualization is based on homeless […]

Current Federal Relief Could Largely Solve Homelessness Right Now!

  • January 18, 2022
  • |Publications

Author(s): Joy Moses, Sharon McDonald Funds have already been allocated and are in circulation for each of these programs. However, for those states and communities that have yet to strategically coordinate these resources towards ending literal homelessness, it’s not too […]

Centering Black People: Moving Away from Colorblind Policies in Homelessness Systems

  • January 17, 2022
  • |Publications

Earl J. Edwards, Homeless Policy Researcher and Founder of EverExcel Consulting LLC Reba A. Stevens, Homelessness Policy Advocate in Los Angeles County, California The article explores how colorblind homeless policies (e.g. policies that ignore racial inequities, that fail to address […]

Looking Forward to 2022: Taking a Deeper Dive on Racial Equity and Ending Homelessness

  • January 14, 2022
  • |Publications

To say the least, the past couple of years have been extremely trying due to the pandemic, but each of these years we’ve aggressively striven to help meet the elevated needs of people experiencing homelessness. It also goes without saying […]

Homelessness in 2022: Five Key Questions

  • December 27, 2021
  • |Publications

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, homelessness took on a greater priority in communities across the nation. Driven by the economic impacts of the pandemic, the federal government stepped forward with emergency resources to help keep people who had housing in […]

Where the Build Back Better Bill Stands for Housing Funds

  • December 21, 2021
  • |Publications

The bill that passed the House includes $170 billion for housing – enough for 300,000 new Housing Choice Vouchers, as well as funding for new housing development and preservation of public housing units. The Senate version being discussed includes these […]

Not One More: Honoring Those Who Died Homeless

  • December 20, 2021
  • |Publications

Through history and across cultures, the winter solstice has been marked by festivals, celebrations, and observations, with an eye for the warmer weather and longer days soon to come. However, for people experiencing homelessness, their allies, and those who serve […]

A Witness to What Works: How the Alliance Impacts Communities

  • December 14, 2021
  • |Publications

By Jenna Bolyarde, Alliance Consumer Advisory Board member. Their work has been incredibly valuable in the recognition and communication of successful problem-solving tactics to and from different communities across the U.S. From rural and suburban settings to the middle of […]

Building Back Better for Homeless Women

  • December 6, 2021
  • |Publications

By Suzette Shaw, Skid Row resident and Alliance Consumer Advisory Board member. What does “Build Back Better” mean for women who are being displaced into poverty and experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles? I have witnessed firsthand the systemic barriers that […]

What Happened After Congress Invested in Emergency Housing Vouchers: A Survey of Homeless Services Providers

  • December 2, 2021
  • |Data and Graphics, Publications

Written by: Joy Moses Additional Contributors: Jackie Gardner and Julie Pagaduan The most recent legislation, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), became law in March 2021 and included $5 billion in new investments for Emergency Housing Vouchers (EHVs), targeting people […]