Peacock Commons: Innovations and Lessons in Housing for Youth

Ten years ago, the Bill Wilson Center bought and began rehabbing an apartment complex with the goal of answering the question: what does supportive housing look like for transition-age... Continue Reading →

Setting the Course for the Work Ahead: Findings and Implications from Recent Reports and Data

Data is central to all the decisions we make as a Council to advance progress toward ending homelessness in our country. Matthew Doherty explores the latest data releases and... Continue Reading →

Six Tools to Help You Continue to Drive Progress in Ending Homelessness

The National Initiatives team works directly with communities every day to implement the systems changes necessary to drive progress on ending homelessness. Here are some of the tools that... Continue Reading →

Assessing the Path Ahead for Our Efforts to End Chronic Homelessness

Highlights from the latest point-in-time data on chronic homelessness and a preview of our latest resource, outlining the essential strategies and work ahead.

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Miami Makes Progress on Chronic Homelessness Through Data-Driven Decision Making

Miami shares how using data, research, and best practices to support their decision making paved the way for success in navigating difficult conversations and choices. 

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Eight States Lead the Way – Breaking the Path for Health and Housing System Integration

Eight states lead the way in building partnerships between state Medicaid and Housing agencies, driving efforts to expand the availability of supportive housing.

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Improving our National Estimate of Unaccompanied Youth Homelessness: the 2017 Point-In-Time Count

We need communities to help us develop a nuanced and improved understanding of youth homelessness in the United States.

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Supporting Young Children and Families Experiencing Homelessness

Learn more about HHS' Administration for Children and Families' (ACF) new regulations for Head Start, a program that directly serves children ages zero to five and their families.... Continue Reading →

Connecting Youth with Family: Strategies for Preventing and Ending Youth Homelessness

A new report from HHS and the Urban Institute identifies evidence-based family family interventions to address youth homelessness and key strategies to implement the common practices.

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This Veterans Day, Reflecting on our Obligations

Executive Director Matthew Doherty reflects on our drive to serve Veterans at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

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