News from the US Interagency Council on Homelessness

June 27, 2019
Together, we are ending homelessness.
Strengthening Partnerships Between Law Enforcement and Homelessness Service Systems
This brief will help communities approach partnerships with law enforcement that will benefit efforts to address unsheltered homelessness.
Oregon Implements State-wide Equity Plan to End Homelessness
Ryan Vogt from Oregon Housing and Community Services offers perspective on the state's five-year plan to reverse a history of racial injustice in housing programs and policies.
Brief Offers Guidance on GPD Model for Veterans Services 
This brief provides an overview of the housing models now funded through the Grant and Per Diem program and important considerations as this transformation is implemented locally.
Report Offers Recommendations for Effectively Tracking Youth Data
This report provides guidance for measuring the core outcomes in the Federal Framework to End Youth Homelessness: stable housing; permanent connections; education and/or employment; and well-being.  
News from Our Partners
New Grant Opportunity for Pregnant and Parenting Youth

The Family and Youth Services Bureau's Maternity Group Home grant is a combination of shelter and services to support long-term independence.
Opportunity to Comment on Proposed Rule from HUD

The opportunity to comment on HUD’s proposed rule on Housing and Community Development Act of 1980: Verification of Eligible Status is available until July 9, 2019.
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
301 7th St. SW, Washington, DC 20407
Phone: 202.708.4663 / E-mail: usich@usich.gov