People with Lived Experience Must Be Meaningful Partners in Ending Homelessness

People with lived experience must have meaningful, purposeful, and accessible opportunities to inform and shape all levels of planning and implementation in our efforts to... Continue Reading →

Matthew Doherty Stands in Unity with Orlando, Announces Central Florida Has Ended Chronic Homelessness Among Veterans

Remarks by Matthew Doherty at The Road Home event in Orlando, Florida, June 23, 2016.

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White House Youth Policy Briefing Celebrates Progress, Explores Next Steps

USICH Deputy Director, Jasmine Hayes, and Executive Director, Matthew Doherty, reflect on the recent White House policy briefing on youth homelessness, the progress we have achieved, and the... Continue Reading →

Focusing on the Needs and Strengths of Women Will Help End Homelessness

Amy Sawyer offers strategies that communities can use as they implement coordinated systems that respond to the unique needs and experiences of women in an effort... Continue Reading →

Examining Non-Time-Limited Youth Supportive Housing as Part of a Coordinated Community Response to End Homelessness

CSH President and CEO, Deb De Santis, and USICH Deputy Director Jasmine Hayes take a look at non-time-limited supportive housing for youth, as a part of the overall coordinated... Continue Reading →

How the Gulfport/Gulf Coast Region Achieved an End to Veteran Homelessness

The Gulfport/Gulf Coast region of Mississippi achieved the goal of effectively ending Veteran homelessness. Here's their top strategies for sustaining that accomplishment.

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Core Components of Centralized Landlord Engagement Programs and Community Landlord Engagement Initiatives

Creating partnerships with private market landlords is critical in your local efforts to end homelessness in your community. Regional Coordinator Katy Miller walks us through the core components of... Continue Reading →

Innovative Ways the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles is Working to End Veteran Homelessness

In order to see big results, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles needed to think outside the box on ways to engage landlords and remove barriers... Continue Reading →

Using Incentives to Engage Landlords: Risk Mitigation Funds

Seattle-based Regional Coordinator Katy Miller highlights risk mitigation funds, a game-changer in landlord engagement and recruitment strategies.

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Using Shelter Strategically to End Homelessness

If used well, shelter can be a great tool to end homelessness. Regional Coordinator Katy Miller introduces four things to consider as you assess the effectiveness of shelter... Continue Reading →