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Charting the growth of rapid re-housing

Best Practices: A practical newsletter for people ending homelessness. Best Practices A practical newslet

We're Taking Healthy Aging Nationwide!

Register Today for Our New Academy! CSH National Healthy Aging Academy Register Today for One of Our Most Popular Offerings With support from the AARP Foundation , CSH is pleased to announce its next Healthy Aging Academy . Building on several succe

Congress: Don’t shut down homeless services

Prior to the government shutdown, Congress and the Senate spent much of 2018 negotiating funding levels for the entire government — including HUD, the VA, and other lifelines for people experiencing homelessness. In these spending bills, Congress set aside billions of dollars for homelessness programs. The reported numbers represented solid increases over the prior year, though still not enough to end homelessness. But homeless services are under serious threat from the shutdown. The funding levels agreed to by Congressional negotiators may end up on the chopping block as Congress searches for a solution to reopen the government. The Alliance is monitoring the situation closely, but we need your help. Tell your member of Congress that a government shutdown is no reason to raid funding for homeless services. It is critical that the deal to reopen the government includes sufficient funding for homeless services so we can cont

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New Resources: HMIS Capacity Building NOFA

Resources and assistance to support HUD's community partners Home Programs Resources Training New Resources: HMIS Capacity Building NOFA HUD is committed to ending homelessness and believes good, reliable information is essential to that effort. Some Continuums of Care (CoCs) have an Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) infrastructure

Working things out with your artist partners

In This Issue: From Vacant Land To Community Assets ● Will Amazon HQ2 Threaten Fair Housing? ● Vermont's SASH Program Helps Seniors ● Working Things Out With Your Artist Partners ● Also: Jobs ● Shelter Shorts ● Industry News + Tuesday, January 8, 2019 In This Issue: Transforming Vacant Land Into Community Assets ● Will Amazon’s HQ2 Threaten Fair Housing? ● Vermont’s SASH Program Keeps Seniors in their Homes ● Working Things Out With Your Artist Partners ● Also: Jobs ● Shelter Shorts ● Industry News + Working Things Out With Your Artist Partners Erik W. Martínez Resly, The Sanctuaries, and Adam Kent, LISC The