|March 10, 2015 |
|ISSUES | POLICY | SOLUTIONS | NEWS & EVENTS Forward Editor: Emanuel Cavallaro|
The Alliance has published a solutions brief on the role of long-term, congregate transitional housing in ending homelessness. This resource, "The Role of Long-Term, Congregate Transitional Housing in Ending Homelessness" examined how the model may be appropriate for homeless youth, survivors of domestic, violence, and people who face barriers to high housing stability such as substance use disorders. It was developed in collaboration with HUD, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, the departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs, and the Office of Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice.
Some Thoughts on the 2015 National Family and Youth Conference
By Steve Berg
In this post, the Alliance's Vice President for Programs and Policy Steve Berg shares some thoughts on our recent conference, touching on such topics as systems work, employment, youth homelessness, and others.
Here are 5 Steps Communities Must Take to End Veteran Homelessness
By Kate Seif
In this post, we introduce a new resource that is meant to provide guidance to communities in the run-up to the 2015 goal of ending veteran homelessness. The resource, "Five Steps to End Veteran Homelessness," outlines the five major steps that communities must take to get the job done.
Ending Chronic Homelessness, Now in 2017
By Emanuel Cavallaro
In this we post, we look at what the Obama administration's decision to move the date it set for ending chronic homelessness back a year, from 2016 to 2017, says about the administration's commitment to ending chronic homelessness.