USICH is now accepting public input on the next Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness.

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Planning and Preparing for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Here are a few key recommendations and resources to support your efforts to prepare for potential COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreaks.

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Upcoming Webinar: Infectious Disease Preparedness

Don't miss this webinar on “Infectious Disease Preparedness for Homeless Assistance Providers and Their Partners.”

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Resource Round-Up: Trauma-Informed Care

Over the years, federal partners have developed many resources that support broad understanding and implementation of trauma-informed approaches.

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Together for Equity: Community Collaborations to End Homelessness Must Center Equity

We should be exploring opportunities to develop shared equity goals across the systems that protect and enrich our communities—education, housing, employment, and health care—so that... Continue Reading →

These Leaders are Working to Achieve Racial Equity and End Homelessness

This Black History Month, we invited four leaders who are making an impact on racial equity across this field to share their vision of the work.

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Trauma-Informed Care: Building on our Commitment to Strengths-Based Approaches to Ending Homelessness

Services and supports must be designed to respond to the prevalent trauma among people who’ve experienced homelessness, and the ongoing trauma that people experiencing or at-risk of... Continue Reading →

Department of Education Homelessness Data Released

The U.S. Department of Education released the Federal Data Summary School Years 2015-16 to 2017-18 for the Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program. 

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Don’t Miss This U.S. Census Webinar on Counting People Experiencing Homelessness

As the 2020 Census approaches, it’s critical to make sure all people experiencing homelessness are counted.

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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 →