New resources clarify definition of chronic homelessness
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has released a flowchartand checklist to help providers understand who meets the definition of chronic homelessness, and how to track this population within programs.
Register for next week's webinar and learn more about what the Family Interventions for Youth Experiencing or At Risk of Homelessness tells us about how we can end youth homelessness. Panelists will highlight challenges, promising interventions and policy.
The Transatlantic Practice Exchange is an opportunity for five homeless service providers to spend up to two weeks researching responses to homelessness in the UK. The Exchange is a partnership between the Alliance, Homeless Link, and the Oak Foundation.
the official blog of the national alliance to end homelessness
Improving Your Rapid Re-Housing Program to End Homelessness
by Guest blogger, Ben Cattell Noll, Friendship Place
How do we hold ourselves accountable to best practices and improve our rapid re-housing programs without established, evidence-based standards? We use our data! There are a million things we could measure to try and demonstrate our impact, but to truly assess if we are doing what we say we want to do, we simply need to break down WHAT we are trying to do.
Make a Difference in the Lives of Children on Giving Tuesday
by Michelle Fantone
November 29, Giving Tuesday, is an opportunity for us all to support the causes we believe in by joining a global movement. On this day of giving we reflect back on the previous year, and look forward to how we can collectively stregthen our communities and improve the lives of children and families.