Category: Children and Families

Invest in Housing, Reduce Family Homelessness

State-level data indicates that family homelessness – families living in shelter, transitional housing, or without any shelter – declined sharply across the country between 2013-2018.  This might lead one to conclude that homeless service providers are serving fewer families. This […]

Family Homelessness: Measuring Progress

Updated January 2, 2020 The Alliance has released a new data tool to demonstrate state and local progress on ending family homelessness. The tool provides information derived from the 2018 and 2019 PIT and HIC data, and illustrates the capacity […]

New HUD Initiative to Foster Youth to Independence

This post is authored by Kevin Solarte, Senior Program Manager for Federal Technical Assistance at the Corporation for Supportive Housing.  Ending homelessness means so much more than just serving the people who are already in the homelessness system. It also […]

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