The White House and USICH recently launched ALL INside, a first-of-its-kind initiative to address unsheltered homelessness. Click to read how.


Housing provides a foundation from which a person or family can access the services and supports they need to achieve stability, begin the recovery process, and pursue personal goals.

Deploy Housing First Systemwide

Housing First is a proven approach that offers people experiencing homelessness permanent housing as quickly as possible. It also provides people with the supportive services and connections to community-based resources they need to keep their housing and avoid returning to homelessness.

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Supportive Housing

Supportive housing is a proven means of reintegrating people experiencing chronic homelessness and other highly vulnerable families and individuals into the community by addressing their basic needs for housing and providing ongoing support.

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Rapid Re-Housing

Rapid re-housing is an intervention designed to help individuals and families quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing.

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Affordable Housing

Housing needs to be affordable to those households with the lowest incomes who are most at risk of homelessness, and efforts to increase access to affordable housing must be proportional to the local need.

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Landlord Engagement

Private market landlords are critical partners in the work to help people quickly exit homelessness. Strong connections to landlords are even more important in high-cost, low-vacancy markets, where affordable housing options are limited and even those with a voucher may find themselves unable to locate a unit.

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