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How the American Rescue Plan Can Help Students Experiencing Homelessness

The Department of Education published new Frequently Asked Questions about how these new funds can be used to support students experiencing homelessness. 

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A New Resource for Making the Most of Pandemic Relief for Foster Youth

Do you work with or know young adults (under the age of 27) who spent time in foster care as teens (after the age of 14)?

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Questions About Emergency Housing Vouchers? Ask HUD During Virtual Office Hours.

Got questions about the American Rescue Plan's emergency housing vouchers (EHVs)? The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has answers.

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June 10 Webinar: How to Help People Experiencing Homelessness Get Economic Impact Payments

The people who need stimulus checks the most have the hardest time accessing them.

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Labor Department Awards $52M to Help Veterans Experiencing Homelessness

This week, the Department of Labor announced more than $52 million in grants to help homeless veterans reenter the workforce.

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USICH Elects New Leaders During First Meeting of the Biden Administration

On May 27, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) held its first meeting during the Biden administration and selected new leaders.

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A New Funding Opportunity to Help Communities Prevent and End Youth Homelessness

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is making $145 million in competitive funding available to communities committed to ending youth homelessness through the agency's Youth... Continue Reading →

HUD Announced 70,000 Emergency Housing Vouchers. Read These Tips to Access Them.

With funds from the American Rescue Plan that President Biden signed earlier this year, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced a second $5 billion investment... Continue Reading →

HUD Reaffirms Commitment to Equal Access to Housing, Shelters, and Other Services Regardless of Gender Identity

Yesterday, HUD announced that it is withdrawing the previous administration’s proposed rule that would have weakened the Equal Access Rule. HUD has submitted its action withdrawing that... Continue Reading →

Secretaries of HUD, VA Issue Joint Statement on Ending Veteran Homelessness

On April 12, 2021, HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge and VA Secretary Denis McDonough issued a joint statement affirming their commitment to ending Veteran homelessness once and for all, in partnership... Continue Reading →