FINAL REMINDER: RAPID RE-HOUSING FOR YOUTH WEBINAR THURSDAY, AUGUST, 24 AT 2:00 PM
Could the new HUD CoC TH-RRH joint component help your community end youth homelessness? Sign up for Thursday’s online meeting of the Rapid Re-Housing for Youth Learning Community, where Alliance experts and Learning Community members will share insights and answer questions about the joint component.
ISSUE BRIEF: Family Homelessness and Family Separation
According to a new issue brief by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), family separation is related to homelessness and housing instability. The report, which analyzed data from the Family Options Study, found that nearly one third (30 percent) of families entering shelter were separated from at least one family member. Families that continued to experience housing instability were more likely than other formerly homeless families to be separated from a child 20 months after initial shelter entry.
NEW HUD EXCHANGE RESOURCE MAPS PROPERTIES FOR HOUSING PLACEMENT
Finding new properties for housing placements can be challenging and time consuming. A new HUD Exchange resource helps you to see newly-listed buildings and/or land across the country that HUD has determined are suitable and available to assist persons experiencing homelessness. Click on the flag(s) in each state to display the property's characteristics and access a Google image of the property (if applicable). Then, contact the landholding agency listed in the applicable Suitability Determination Listing for more information.
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Housing is the Common Ground
Written by Guest blogger, Joshua Bamberger, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco; Chief Medical Consultant at Mercy Housing In recent months, the intense healthcare debate has often centered around our individual values: how much autonomy should we have to control our healthcare finances? How do we meet our responsibility to care for people who live […]
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released the 2017 Continuum of Care (CoC) Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) in July. The Alliance has a lot of resources which you can see here. Sign up for our newsletter to get more of our observations about the Competition. New HUD CoC TH-RRH Joint Component […]
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