(USICH) Bi-Weekly News

September 17, 2020
Trauma-Informed Care + Affordable Housing = Housing Stability
Program Offers Justice-Involved Vets Alternatives to Criminalization
This program from the Department of Veterans Affairs works to reduce the number of Veterans who enter the criminal justice system from homelessness, and prevent homelessness among Veterans leaving criminal justice settings.
Meet USICH's New Director of Finance and Administration!
Join us in welcoming Sanya Cade to our team! A native of Washington D.C., her career includes over two decades of public service to the House of Representatives and D.C. government. Before joining the public sector she was a finance executive in the media industry.
Community Celebrates Achieving An End to Veteran Homelessness
Congratulations to our community partners in Burlington and Winooski of Chittenden County, VT for becoming the 79th community in the nation to end Veteran homelessness.
Resources from Our Partners
September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, these resources from SAMHSA offer communities tools and guidance to better support people experiencing a mental health crisis.
The Census Bureau will conduct its count of people at service-based locations and targeted non-sheltered outdoor locations between September 22-24.

Friday September 18, is the deadline to email the Census Bureau additional locations the agency may have missed.
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
301 7th St. SW, Washington, DC 20407
Phone: 202.708.4663 / E-mail: usich@usich.gov