On Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Alliance will host a webinar, “Family Intervention Models for Homeless and At-Risk Youth.”
This fall, to date, Monarch Housing has participated in two very successful Congressional visits with Congressmen Frank LoBiondo and Leonard Lance.
We need to actually build homes if people are going to have places to live, Unfortunately, this replaces laws with a gimmick that will lead nowhere.
We need to visit, call, fax and email our members of Congress to let them know that the budget cuts approved by the House are unacceptable.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said last week his city has effectively ended chronic veteran homelessness, a lofty-sounding policy goal that no other U.S. city has achieved.
We live in one of the wealthiest states in the richest country in the world. In 2014 let’s not be like the rich man who let Lazarus freeze to death. Let’s work together to end homelessness for all of our brothers and sisters.
This is a reminder that to end homelessness we must take into consideration the total cost including the costs that impact community facilities not normally affected by homelessness.
We fully agree that HUD-VASH has worked. Why can’t we have HUD-VASH for everyone who is homeless not just veterans? It is a best practice that works and could prevent and end homelessness!
One thing Mr. Watt can do right away is to require Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ,to pay into the National Housing Trust Fund, which was created by Congress in 2008 but was never financed.
Hopefully, next year St. Aedan’s will be filled to overflowing with voices singing not only to celebrate the holiday season but also to prepare us for the day of jubilation when no one is homeless.