(NAEH) Federal Resource Roundup: FEMA Reimbursements and Vaccine Guidance

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Increased FEMA Reimbursements for Non-Congregate Shelter

Yesterday, the White House released a memo stating that funding of non-congregate shelter for people experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic is now 100% reimbursable until September 30. Previously, FEMA would reimburse 75% of the costs, while communities at the state and local levels would pay the rest. 

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COVID-19 Vaccine Resources for Homeless Service Providers

Wednesday Webinar: Homeless Policy in the Biden Administration

Since his election, Biden has included homelessness and housing proposals in his COVID relief package, with more announcements expected soon.

Join Alliance policy experts for the "Homeless Policy in the Biden Administration" webinar on Wednesday, 1/27 at 2 pm Eastern for an in-depth analysis of what comes next on federal homeless policy.

  • Chandra Crawford, Director, Individual Homeless Adults 
  • Jerry Jones, National Field Director 
  • Steve Berg, Vice President for Programs and Policy 
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Registration Open for "Ending Homelessness: A Virtual Conference"

Registration is now open for Ending Homelessness:  A Virtual Conference, a three-day virtual event taking place March 8 – 10, 2021.

The Conference will cover successful strategies in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, address emerging challenges, and explore innovative new ways to solve problems. Workshops and plenaries have been developed in concert with people who have experienced homelessness, and with a focus on race and equity. 
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