Serving Families in Permanent Supportive Housing The 2nd in the Focus on Populations Training Track Presented by: The Corporation for Supportive Housing Experienced providers discuss how to develop, operate and provide services in permanent supportive housing for families, including topics such as: What models of housing work for families What kinds of services do families […]
Posts on ending homelessness for families, youth, veterans and the chronically homeless.
We have followed over the last year the effort of Homeward Bound, the chief provider of transitional and long-term housing and support services for homeless people in Marin County, to raise money using the business strategy of an IPO. They refer to their effort as “Immediate Public Opportunity… to end homelessness.” They have sold shares […]
At the June 10, 2008, Continuum of Care Forum – Transforming Our Planning: Better Utilization of Data Janel Winter of CSH provided an overview of the 2008 Point in Time count. The final report will be released in the next few weeks and we will post a link to the full data at that time. […]
We were reading Homelessness a problem for women veterans by Melissa Schmitt and found ourselves becoming angry about the rapidly growing number of homeless women veterans. Ms. Schmitt’s article highlights this American tragedy. Click here to read the article. Because of PTSD and military sexual trauma, women veterans are four times as likely to go […]
Reverend Bruce H. Davidson of the Lutheran Office of Governmental Ministry and Alison Recca-Ryan of CSH provided an overview of the Homeless and Special Needs Housing Working Committee’s Priorities and Recommendations at the June 10, 2008, Continuum of Care Forum – Transforming Our Planning: Better Utilization of Data. The Working Groups “Goal Statement: To have […]