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Statement from USICH Executive Director

A statement from USICH Executive Director, Dr. Robert Marbut, Jr., on the events of January 6, 2021. 

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Doubling up: What is it? And How does it Impact Latino families?

Sidney Betancourt of USICH offers insight into the impact of homelessness on Latino communities, with a focus on doubled-up families and individuals. 

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Resources for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is domestic violence awareness month, but the number of people experiencing domestic violence has increased overall during the COVID-19 pandemic. Communities can use these tools to help survivors... Continue Reading →

USICH Unveils New Strategic Plan

On Monday, The U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) unveiled its new strategic plan, Expanding the Toolbox: The Whole-of-Government Response to Homelessness.

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Resource Round-up: Spotlight on National Hispanic Heritage Month

We have gathered these resources from our Federal partners to help communities explore ways you can better support Hispanic and Latino people who are experiencing homelessness.

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Alternatives to Criminalization for Veterans

To end homelessness, we must reduce the number of people who enter the criminal justice system from homelessness and prevent homelessness among people leaving criminal justice settings. USICH would... Continue Reading →

USICH Taps Experts for the First in a Series of Listening Sessions

During our first virtual listening session, we consulted people with lived expertise on practical ways to improve our approaches to ending homelessness.

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Resource Roundup: Accelerating Your Re-housing Strategy

Communities can act fast to create clear pathways to housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness through these re-housing strategies. 

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During Fall Council Meeting, Agencies Review Draft Strategic Plan

This year’s fall Council meeting took place on August 20 via conference call due to the ongoing restrictions placed on in-person gatherings as... Continue Reading →

Counting People Experiencing Homelessness in the 2020 Census

The U.S. Census Bureau will send specially trained census takers to count people experiencing homelessness at shelters, soup kitchens, regularly scheduled mobile food vans,... Continue Reading →