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An overview of early drafts ofPresident Donald Trump's budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2018 shows that the administration is considering major cuts to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) already tight budget. Register for the National Low Income Housing Coalition's webinar on how advocates can make a difference.
Presentations from the 2017 Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness are now available online! Topics cover everything from making diversion a key part of your system to advocacy opportunities in the 115th Congress.
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Catch up on the RRH Works Campaign
by Jen Saunders
Throughout our RRH Works campaign, we have heard about the five key strategies for advancing the intervention discussed at the Alliance’s Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Leadership Summit held in Sept. 2016. Today we are making commitments to scale up RRH in our new document, Rapid Re-Housing Leadership Summit: What We Learned. Did you miss some of the resources during our RRH Works campaign? Here is a wrap-up of the blogs and resources we released during the campaign.
We are ending homelessness, and it is vitally important that the people who work for us in Congress do their critical part to help. They can do this by making homeless assistance a priority in federal spending bills this year. Here are three simple reasons why it needs to be a priority.
Homelessness and Immigration Enforcement: What You Should Know
by Kathryn Monet
The recent arrests of several undocumented immigrants leaving a hypothermia shelter located in a church in Virginia have prompted many to ask how they can protect the rights of at-risk clients, as well as how to prepare for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actions. Learn more about what you and your program should do.