Conant challenges companies to take a second look at the opportunity to more fully leverage philanthropic initiatives that can pave the way for future market-based innovations.
Service plans for program participants are individualized based on their needs, circumstances and market conditions, and focus on helping households find and keep housing.
But the federal government—where spending decisions are largely based on good intentions, inertia, hunches, partisan politics, and personal relationships—has missed this MoneyBall wave.
In early October, the expanded SSVF programs will start seeing clients, and many communities could potentially house 70, 80, or even 100 percent of their homeless veterans.
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.
The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has posted the following new resources on the HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) webpage.
The National Alliance to End Homelessness (the Alliance) has published a federal policy brief, entitled “Recommendations for Effective Implementation of the HEARTH Act Continuum of Care Regulations.”
HPN’s new housing policy proposes incremental changes that over time can reorient our system from its current focus on process and compliance toward a new focus on performance and outcomes.
The single streamlined application individuals can use to purchase private insurance through an ‘Exchange’ and assess eligibility for Medicaid, CHIP, and the Advanced Payment of Tax Credits.