Declaring an end to chronic homelessness on a local level demonstrates to that community that investments in permanent supportive housing works.
Approximately 45,000 youth without a parent or guardian under age 25 were living on the streets, in shelter, or in transitional housing every night in 2014.
The Housing First approach is not just one possible approach to ending homelessness, it is the only truly effective approach to ending homelessness.
USICH has released guidance on how communities can better align their strategies to end chronic homelessness and comply with the Olmstead decision.
Family Unification Program and Family Self-Sufficiency Demonstration will evaluate the effectiveness of providing housing vouchers to young people.
NAEH and the USICH have provided recommendation and ideas on how to prioritize collaboration between workforce boards and Continuums of Care.
The strategies proposed build on Opening Doors that lays out the Administration’s vision for a coordinated community response to family homelessness.
A new HUD toolkit to help homeless services providers and multifamily property owners to prioritize homeless people for mainstream housing resources.
USICH, in partnership with HUD and the VA, has released new guidelines defining the criteria communities must meet to end Veterans Homelessness.
USICH describes recent improvements in collecting reliable data on youth homelessness and in building the capacity to deliver effective services.