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National Partners Roll Out Resources Focused on Addressing the Crisis Needs of People with Mental Illness, Substance Use Challenges, and/or Experiencing Homelessness

These resources focus on innovative city approaches to address the crisis needs of people living with mental illness, people with substance use challenges, people experiencing homelessness, particularly unsheltered homelessness,... Continue Reading →

HUD and VA Identify Data-Sharing Solution for HUD-VASH

To improve data sharing and reduce the burden on local staff our partners at VA and HUD have jointly identified a solution that will allow VA Medical Centers to... Continue Reading →

What You Were Interested in During 2019

With the New Year beginning, here’s a look back at the 15 most clicked on tools from our website in 2019. ... Continue Reading →

A Statement from the New Executive Director of USICH

The following is the first official statement from the new Executive Director of USICH.

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White House Releases Report on State of Homelessness

This Fall, the White House Council of Economic Advisers released a report on the state of homelessness in America.

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Council Approves New Leadership for 2020

On December 10, a new chair, vice chair, and executive director of USICH were confirmed.

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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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