The National Center on Homelessness among Veterans (the Center) was established in 2009 and authorized through federal legislation in 2016 to promote recovery-oriented care for Veterans who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. The Center conducts and coordinates research, develops and tests outcome-based and innovative models and program designs, and offers education and training.
You can find a wealth of resources on the Center website and keep abreast of the latest research and training opportunities by subscribing here to updates and webinar opportunities that match your interests, including:
Annual Education Series Schedule (updated monthly): a list of the monthly education webinars hosted by the Center which includes upcoming events and archived links to past events.
Research Briefs (monthly): summaries of research and evaluation work conducted by Center affiliated researchers.
Connecting Research to Practice: a webinar that provides clinicians, program managers, and front-line staff the opportunity to discuss particular research studies and how findings might be considered in planning, developing, or implementing services for Veterans experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
The National Center on Homelessness among Veterans promotes the development of policy and practice that targets ending and preventing Veteran homelessness through supporting the implementation of relevant research findings into clinical practice, providing education and training for VA and community partners, disseminating evidence-based and emerging best practices, and developing new empirical knowledge.