Our Core Values and Truths as We Work to Strengthen the Federal Strategic Plan

These remarks were delivered by Matthew Doherty on July 18, 2017, at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.

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Trust and Collaboration Drive Family Coordinated Entry in Phoenix, Arizona

Coordinated entry has revolutionized the way providers in Phoenix work with each other, and the way they tailor housing and services to families with a broad range of... Continue Reading →

How Virginia Uses Collaboration and Coordination to End Homelessness State-Wide

Through the Governor's Coordinating Council on Homelessness, Virginia changed the way it responds to the needs of people experiencing homelessness. 

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Integrating Rapid Re-Housing Programs and Policy with Employment is Essential to Ending Family Homelessness

It’s vital to enhance rapid re-housing implementation and policy to ensure that all participants have access to employment, training, and supportive services that can help them succeed... Continue Reading →

Houston Pilots Coordinated Entry for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Houston Domestic Violence providers are piloting two coordinated entry projects.

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National Child Abuse Prevention Month: Strengthening Families and Protecting Children

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, an opportunity to acknowledge and raise awareness of the important roles we all play—families, communities, service providers, researchers, policy... Continue Reading →

Successfully Connecting People Affected by Opioid Use to Housing: Central City Concern in Portland, Oregon

USICH will be exploring, through an occasional series of interviews and articles, how different agencies and organizations support successful housing outcomes and recovery for people who have experienced the... Continue Reading →

Supporting Young Children and Families Experiencing Homelessness

Learn more about HHS' Administration for Children and Families' (ACF) new regulations for Head Start, a program that directly serves children ages zero to five and their families.... Continue Reading →

Elevating Employment as an Essential Element of Rapid Re-Housing

New report from Building Changes offers guidance and strategies for workforce and homelessness housing systems collaboration to ensure employment services are fully accessible to families experiencing homelessness.

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Building School-Housing Partnerships for Families Experiencing Homelessness: Kansas City, KS and the 1400 Diplomas Initiative

Learn more about Kansas City, Kansas' innovative and collaborative initiative to increase the housing stability and school attendance of children and youth experiencing homelessness.

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