Learn more about the new federal strategic plan to prevent and end homelesssness.View Tool →
These communities have a system in place to ensure that homelessness is rare, brief, and one-time.
To be recognized as having achieved the goal, communities must meet the requirements laid out in the federal criteria and benchmarks for ending homelessness.View Tool →
In this webinar, we review the NOFA's priorities and the application process.View Tool →
This report explores the unique challenges of building effective rural homelessness response systems and provides an initial set of strategies communities can use to take advantage of their unique strengths.View Tool →
The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, enacted on March 23, 2018, provided the following funding for targeted homelessness assistance programs.View Tool →
To prevent and end homelessness in America, we must have a clear understanding of who is at risk of homelessness and who goes on to experience it. In our Homelessness in America series, we summarize data and research about specific subpopulations to help inform the work we must do, together, to end homelessness. In this first brief, we focus on Veterans, who make up 9% of adults experiencing homelessness.View Tool →
In Part 2 of the series, we provide answers to some common questions from communities about the criteria and benchmarks for ending youth homelessness.
We strongly encourage you to first watch part 1 of the series, where we review the components of the criteria and benchmarks for ending youth homelessness.View Tool →
In Part 1 of the series, we review the components of the criteria and benchmarks for ending youth homelessness. Additional installments will address questions from communities.View Tool →
The National Clearinghouse on Homeless Youth and Families website and blog provides resources for communities serving runaway and homeless youth.View Tool →