The Rapid Re-housing workshop track includes a series of workshops geared toward participants interested in implementing rapid re-housing to single adults, families, and youth in their community.
On Friday May 17, 2013, one hundred leaders from 18 of NJ’s 21 counties participated in the Changing the System to End Family Homelessness Conference.
Workshop tracks for the 2013 NAEH Conference are designed to guide participants who are interested in a given topic through a progressive set of workshops.
In partnership with the federal Office of Violence Against Women, The National Center on Family Homelessness has created a toolkit that focuses on integrating domestic violence and homeless service systems.
The Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness (ICPH) released the American Almanac of Family Homelessness, which provides a comprehensive state-by-state analysis on family homelessness statistics, policies, and programming.