Leading By Example on Human Rights of People Experiencing Homelessness

The steps we are taking to address homelessness in ways that promote, protect, and respect human rights matter, not just in the U.S., but around the globe. Read... Continue Reading →

Meet Our Newest Regional Coordinator: Joe Savage

We are pleased to announce the addition of Joe Savage, Jr., to our National Initiatives Team. Joe is based in Philadelphia, and will cover the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. ... Continue Reading →

To End Family Homelessness, We Must Address Domestic Violence

As communities across the country come together to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we are acutely aware of the intersection between family homelessness and domestic violence. Policy Director Jasmine... Continue Reading →

In Ending Homelessness, We Leave No-one Behind

Congresswoman Maxine Waters hosted a briefing earlier this month to review the progress we have made in ending homelessness for all Americans under the newly amended Opening Doors. The... Continue Reading →

Show Me Collaboration! How Missouri Works Together to End Homelessness

The Missouri Governor’s Committee to End Homelessness (GCEH) serves as the state’s Interagency Council on Homelessness. The committee firmly believes in the power of... Continue Reading →

Strategies You Can Use to Connect People Experiencing Homelessness to SSI/SSDI Benefits

Social Security benefits are often a primary source of income for people with disabilities who are experiencing homelessness. Sometimes, it is a challenge for people to navigate the application... Continue Reading →

Celebrate Labor Day: 6 Resources for Connecting People to Job Opportunities

Meaningful and sustainable jobs, couple with housing, are key to providing people with successful paths out of homelessness. They instill people with purpose and possibility. They... Continue Reading →

Good News from Philadelphia: Coordinated Services Produce Results

Army Veteran Thomas Green struggled with multiple episodes of homelessness spanning the past 20 years. Thanks to the coordination of multiple VA programs, Mr. Green now has stable... Continue Reading →

Country Girl Tackles Homelessness and the DC Metro as USICH Intern

Mel Sullivan, a fourth year LINK-2-LEAD doctoral scholar at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, in the Specialized Educational Services department, shares her experiences as... Continue Reading →

Project 25: Saving Money While Saving Lives

The idea was simple: target the most costly and frequent users of public resources who were living on the streets of San Diego and, using a Housing First model,... Continue Reading →