Measuring Progress on Family Homelessness

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Is Your CoC Using All of Its Family Homelessness Resources?

The Alliance has released a new data tool that can be used to spark local discussion about the allocation of family homelessness resources.

The tool, which relies on data from the 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count and Housing Inventory Count (HIC), can help each community find answers to end unsheltered family homelessness. But just as importantly, it surfaces key questions about current systems and whether resources are being used appropriately.

Read the blog post and explore the data >>>

Homelessness in the News

Five must-read articles for the end of summer:

Tenants Pushed Out As Developers Buy Single-Room-Occupancy Properties (NPR)

Trans Teens, Trailed By Homelessness (CityLab)

The New American Homeless (The New Republic)

The Street Within: Part I (LA Times)

More and more Californians are old, sick and on the streets. Here's how we can fight senior homelessness. (San Francisco Chronicle)

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