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Reflections on a Federal Initiative to Address American Indian and Alaska Native Homelessness

Policy Analyst Katie Jennings reports on a federal TA initiative to support Tribes' efforts to increase the supply of housing available to end homelessness.

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Breaking New Ground by Focusing on Race

Oregon Housing and Community Services recently released their 5-year Statewide Housing Plan, Breaking New Ground. In the plan, Oregon is taking an intentional and bold focus on changing the... Continue Reading →

New Release! National Project Identifies Field-generated Youth Outcome Measures

This collaborative effort is the first to provide ways to measure and track specific outcomes related to youth homelessness.

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Eviction Prevention: A Conversation with Communities

We sat down with three communities for a roundtable discussion on eviction prevention and they shared how their communities are working to prevent people from losing their housing and... Continue Reading →

Problem-Solving: An Innovative Approach to Addressing Homelessness

Marcy Thompson, Principal of Homeless Services for ICF, explains how problem-solving strategies can be used to get people quickly back into housing.

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LA’s Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness Provides Roadmap for Equity Work

This document guides communities through a final report released by Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness— coupled with new data tools from the... Continue Reading →

Taking the Time to Consider the Path Between Home and Homelessness

Regional Coordinator Katy Miller shares her reflections on the housing shortages and conditions in many Alaskan communities – and the clear connections to... Continue Reading →

Beyond Mere Principle: Strategies for Truly Partnering with People who Have the Lived Experience in our Work

People with the lived experience of homelessness are regularly stereotyped and face stigma, yet have a lot to teach about the needs and effective solutions to the widespread problems... Continue Reading →

Resources to Help Develop Knowledge and Solutions for Tackling Racial Inequity

This month, we pay respect to Black history by sharing resources that can help deepen our understanding of racist policies and practices that affect our ability to create more... Continue Reading →

Remembering Those We Have Lost and the Work That Remains

For nearly three decades, advocates for people experiencing homelessness nationwide have taken one day out of the year to remember those who have passed due to the trauma of... Continue Reading →