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Overall, more people will be housed because of hud's Tier 2 funding
Last week, Continuums of Care found out how much money their communities would receive in the second “tier” of federal funding. For some it was cause for celebration, and for others, concern. What happened?
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Housing Access and Stability with SOAR

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Privacy Guidance on Authority to Make Disclosures to Community Partners

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)  released guidance regarding the legal authority to disclose veteran and demographic information to community partners who assist in serving veterans who are currently homeless or those with a prior episode of homelessness. Read the guidance.

Webinar: Transforming Homeless Services in West Virginia

Zach Brown, Executive Director of the West Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness, discusses the impact rapid re-housing has had on his community’s homeless population. Watch the webinar.
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The Continuum of Care "Tier 2" awards: What happened?
by Steve Berg
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Can rapid re-housing work for domestic violence survivors?
by Guest Blogger, Linda Olsen, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WA)
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The power of three in rapid re-housing
by Guest Blogger, Tina Patterson, Homefull (Dayton, OH)
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