2017 Point-in-Time Estimates Show Significant Geographical Variations in Our Progress Toward Ending Homelessness

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released its report summarizing the data from communities' 2017 Point-in-Time (PIT) counts, reporting a mix of results.

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Using GIS Mapping to Help Address Disparities in Homelessness Assistance

GIS can be used to help communities better understand the racial disparities that exist amongst those who are affected by homelessness.

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You’ve Been Talking, We’ve Been Listening: What We’ve Learned So Far About Strengthening the Federal Strategic Plan

Thank you for your input so far on revising and strengthening the federal strategic plan! Keep your comments coming.

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Locking Arms with States Across the Country to End Rural Homelessness

We convened rural leaders to better understand the challenges and opportunities that rural communities face in ending homelessness.

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Communities Are Crafting Employment Strategies to Help Us Prevent and End Homelessness

We are learning more about what it is going to take to ensure that all jobseekers who are experiencing or exiting homelessness can access employment and economic opportunity.<... Continue Reading →

Emerging Strategies for Addressing Racial Inequities in Our Efforts to End Homelessness

We've been deepening our conversations with many of you about the concrete strategies we need to leverage to address racial inequities in our efforts to prevent and end... Continue Reading →

Our Opportunity to Learn from the Response to Hurricane Harvey

Matthew delivered the following remarks at the Texas Conference on Ending Homelessness in Dallas, TX, on October 4, 2017.

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Worst Case Housing Needs Have Gotten … Worse

HUD’s Worst Case Housing Needs 2017 Report to Congress is a key new source of information about worsening housing needs in our communities, which could be creating increasing... Continue Reading →

Racial Equity: An Essential Component of Our Nation’s Homelessness Response

Our national conversation about homelessness has been missing a critical piece: an honest, open conversation about the racial dimensions of homelessness.

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Pathways to Housing PA: Using Landlord Engagement and Flexible Services to Assist Individuals at the Intersection of the Opioid Crisis and Homelessnes

We spoke with Pathways to Housing PA to better understand their Housing First approach to providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness who are struggling with opioid addiction.<... Continue Reading →