Congress is changing. What does it mean for homelessness?

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How the New Congress Will Affect Our Work to End Homelessness

The midterms are over and we now know there will be many new members of Congress come January. It's our responsibility to make sure they learn about homelessness and how communities are ending it. Alliance Vice President for Programs and Policy Steve Berg breaks down four key takeaways from the election and explains what communities can expect from the new Congress on homelessness issues. Read More»

The Alliance is Hiring: Congressional Relations Specialist

The Alliance is hiring a Congressional Relations Specialist to help develop and lead our efforts to build support for key federal homelessness priorities. Read More and Apply»

How the Model for Ending Veteran Homelessness Applies to All Groups Nationwide

Since 2010, the U.S. has cut veteran homelessness in half. Leading the way were communities and states across the country that effectively ended veteran homelessness entirely. The model of increased investment, coordination and commitment, and a focus on the most vulnerable should inform all our efforts to end homelessness. The Alliance has three new profiles from communities that effectively ended veteran homelessness:

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