Check Out the Highlights, Register for Webinar on the FY 2016 Continuum of Care NOFA

Here are a few highlights on policy priorities from HUD's FY 2016 Continuum of Care Program Competition Notice of Funding Avaiability.

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White House Youth Policy Briefing Celebrates Progress, Explores Next Steps

USICH Deputy Director, Jasmine Hayes, and Executive Director, Matthew Doherty, reflect on the recent White House policy briefing on youth homelessness, the progress we have achieved, and the... Continue Reading →

Examining Non-Time-Limited Youth Supportive Housing as Part of a Coordinated Community Response to End Homelessness

CSH President and CEO, Deb De Santis, and USICH Deputy Director Jasmine Hayes take a look at non-time-limited supportive housing for youth, as a part of the overall coordinated... Continue Reading →

National Foster Care Month: Achieving Better Outcomes for Young People

In honor of National Foster Care Month, Deputy Director Jasmine Hayes shares some of the federal efforts underway to enhance the lives of children and youth in... Continue Reading →

Council Discusses Strategies to Increase Momentum on Ending Chronic Homelessness, Drive Action on Youth Homelessness

On April 12, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness convened for the first Council meeting of 2016.

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Driving Progress in the Year Ahead: Our Top Priorities for 2016

We know what it will take to end homelessness in our country. We've outlined our top priorities for 2016 to get us closer than ever before.

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New Demonstration for Youth Provides Up to Five Years of Housing and Self-Sufficiency Resources

HUD and HHS recently announced a new opportunity for child welfare directors and local public housing agencies to work together to provide young people with housing and service... Continue Reading →

From Homelessness to Self-Sufficiency: Long-Term Housing Gives Young Person “Room to Breathe”

Cortney Jones shares her experiences as a foster care alumni who found her way out of homelessness through a Family Self-Sufficiency - Housing Authority partnership program.

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Police Foot Patrol in Portland Engages Youth on the Street, Reduces Crime

The officers of the Portland Police Bureau’s Foot Patrol came together with a common desire to try something new; they decided to throw out... Continue Reading →

Portland Youth Services, Police Partner to Build Trust with Youth

Portland's Homeless Youth Continuum partners with the Portland Police Bureau to break down barriers and build trust between police and youth experiencing homelessness.

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