Partnering with Higher Education to Prevent and End Youth Homelessness in Prince George’s County, Maryland

Prince George’s County community established a 100-day challenge goal of housing 100% of students identified as experiencing homelessness.

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Listening Session at Friendship Place Focuses on Employment

Our staff participated in a listening session at DC-based Friendship Place to learn about barriers to finding and keeping employment for people exiting homelessness.

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Let’s Thank Veterans by Making Sure They Have a Home

For this Veterans Day, Director of National Initiatives Beverley Ebersold reflects on the progress made across the country to significantly reduce Veteran homelessness.

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As You Ready Your Count, Don’t Forget These PIT Count Resources

The 2020 Point in Time count is fast approaching. As a reminder, there are many handy tools and resources to help you organize and execute your count.

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In Data We Trust: The Increasing Use of Mobile Apps During PIT Counts

As communities across the country are gearing up for the 2020 Point-in-Time counts, we are reminded of how important the use of data is to our work in ending homelessness.<... Continue Reading →

Strengthening Housing Outcomes for Domestic Violence Survivors

This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we sat down with the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium (DVHTAC) to talk about the work of the Consortium and what we... Continue Reading →

Preventing Youth Homelessness: Partnerships Between Homelessness Services and Juvenile Justice Systems

In these case studies, communities in San Francisco and Minneapolis share how they leverage homelessness system and justice sector partnerships to disrupt the cycle of homelessness for youth and... Continue Reading →

Beyond CoC Funding: Federal Housing Resources to End Homelessness

You may consider leveraging these federal housing resources in order to increase the availability of housing that is affordable in your community.  

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Resource Roundup: A Sustainable End to Homelessness

These resources will help you sustain an end to homelessness.

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Supporting Young Children: Connecting Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs to Early Care and Education

The BELL project in Philadelphia connects the homelessness services system to early care providers to support the development of young children experiencing homelessness.

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