Earlier this week President Obama released his proposed budget for fiscal year (FY) 2016, which begins Oct. 1, 2015. The proposal includes strong measures to help communities re-house homeless people and prevent people who are at-risk from becoming homeless. As has become typical over the past several years, however, grave disagreement between the administration and Congress over larger budget issues means a lot of uncertainty for the future of homeless programs. The President’s budget presents a feasible best-case-scenario for progress on homelessness. (The worst-case-scenario is decidedly grimmer.) It’s based on some commonsense assumptions about homelessness.
In this recording of a webinar that originally streamed Jan 13, 2015, speakers discuss rent and move-in assistance for rapid re-housing providers. The webinar was the second in a three-part series exploring the "Core Components of Rapid Re-Housing."
This video is a recording of the first webinar in a series looking at "The Core Components of Rapid Re-Housing," guidance for rapid re-housing programs developed by the Alliance with the cooperation of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness. The webinar, which originally streamed on Dec. 9, 2014, looks at the first component: housing identification.
This Support Map template can be used to help households in rapid re-housing identify their support network.
This is an example of a new job description for a provider who shifts from a typical scattered site transitional housing model to a rapid re-housing/transition-in-place model. It has been adapted from job descriptions created by Community Rebuilders (Grand Rapids, MI), and Tabor Community Services (Lancaster, PA).