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

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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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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 →