Among the laws cited as discriminatory were laws that prohibit activities such as loitering, camping, begging, and lying in public spaces.
Presenters from diverse backgrounds and expertise will engage participants in learning, facilitated discussions and networking opportunities.
With true coordination and collaboration, homeless providers and mainstream systems can work together to create a seamless response to homelessness.
The Notice states that there are two significant ways CoCs can work toward ending chronic homelessness using their existing CoC program-funded PSH.
Since 2005, longer-term U.S. homelessness has declined almost 50 percent, attributable in part to bipartisan efforts to invest in supportive housing.