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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Resource Roundup: A Sustainable End to Homelessness

These resources will help you sustain an end to homelessness.

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Resource Roundup: Preventing Housing Crises and Homelessness

Efforts to prevent homelessness are not yet well researched and the strategies are still being innovated and tested, but we’ve pulled together some resources to help as... Continue Reading →

Resource Roundup: Building Your System

These resources will help you achieve Objective 1.1 in Home, Together, which incorporates the planning and system-building that we must do to build a solid foundation for efforts to... Continue Reading →

Driving Progress in the Year Ahead: Our Top Priorities for 2019

As we implement our work this year, we’re prioritizing progress and impact within these activities.

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The Hometown of Independence, Philadelphia Continues the Tradition for Our Veterans

The partnership between HUD, VA, the City, and an array of nonprofit providers that helped Philadelphia provide housing opportunities to more than 2,000 Veterans had to turn its attention to... Continue Reading →

Council Convenes and Appoints ED’s Jason Botel as Vice-Chair

On April 26, the 19 federal member agencies of the Council came together to review the Council’s progress in FY 2017, and discuss the federal strategic plan to prevent and... Continue Reading →

Responding to Racial Inequities Within our Systems of Care

As the facilitators of our community homelessness response systems, we must intentionally and actively respond to the history of racism within our systems of care in order to make... Continue Reading →

Harnessing the Power of Collective Impact to End Homelessness

Santa Clara County has found success in using a collective impact model.

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You Should Give These USICH Resources from 2017 Another Look

You should give these USICH resources from 2017 another look.

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