Council Discusses Sustaining Momentum, Planning for Incoming Administration

We held our third Council meeting of 2016 on Tuesday, October 18 to discuss sustaining the progress and momentum we've seen on ending homelessness and ensuring continued implementation of... Continue Reading →

Why We Must Address Racial Inequity in our Efforts to End Homelessness

Amanda Andere, CEO of Funders Together to End Homelessness, reflects on racial inequity in homelessness and why we need to have more conversations to lead... Continue Reading →

Domestic Violence Service Providers: Key Partners in Preventing and Ending Homelessness

Throughout Domestic Violence Awareness Month and every day, we stand with the victims and survivors of domestic violence and recognize the tireless efforts of the advocates, service providers, and... Continue Reading →

Asking the Right Questions about Tiny Houses

The tiny house movement has been in the news a lot recently for its perceived potential to quickly house individuals experiencing homelessness, particularly in communities where there is an... Continue Reading →

Lighting the Path: Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations Drive Success

The National Initiatives Team shares strategies to grow partnerships with faith-based organizations to help support your efforts to end homelessness.

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National Recovery Month and Intersections with Ending Homelessness

September is National Recovery Month. In this post, we look at the similarities between the guiding principles of recovery and ending homelessness.

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Partnering with Hospitals to End Homelessness

Here are some of the ways hospitals can help prevent and end homelessness and improve health and access to effective care for people who experience homelessness.

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Council Moves Forward on Developing Interagency Data Model on Youth Homelessness, Discusses Regional Engagement Strategies

On July 20, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness met for the second meeting of 2016. Here's an update of what was discussed.

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People with Lived Experience Must Be Meaningful Partners in Ending Homelessness

People with lived experience must have meaningful, purposeful, and accessible opportunities to inform and shape all levels of planning and implementation in our efforts to... Continue Reading →

Focusing on the Needs and Strengths of Women Will Help End Homelessness

Amy Sawyer offers strategies that communities can use as they implement coordinated systems that respond to the unique needs and experiences of women in an effort... Continue Reading →