Category: Housing First

Don’t Let Time Be the Enemy of Equity

In the United States, which has experienced the greatest documented loss of life due to the virus, Latinx, American Indian/Alaskan Natives and African Americans are twice as likely to die from COVID-19 as White/Non-Hispanic persons, according to the U.S. Centers […]

Five Truths About Shared Housing

What’s so wrong with shared housing? The answer is nothing. Shared housing is a completely normal and accepted living situation. Families share housing while raising kids. Roommates share housing, especially in major cities with extremely tight rental markets. College students […]

What Is Progressive Engagement?

Homeless service systems have always faced enormous challenges to do more with less. Simply put, there have never been enough resources to meet demand. This has forced tough decisions about how to prioritize services and determine who needs what – […]

Data Visualization: The Evidence on Housing First

Housing First has been thoroughly studied as an effective approach to ending people’s homelessness. System leaders, advocates, policymakers, and others are encouraged to review the following visualization, which demonstrates the overwhelming volume of research and data supporting Housing First. It […]

Key Takeaways from Ending Homelessness: A Virtual Conference

This year, the Alliance’s conference looked and felt different: for the first time, it was virtual. Most everyone attended from their offices or homes, and the number of workshops was smaller than previous conferences. However, Alliance staff, participants, and attendees left this conference […]

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