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Federal legislation expands assistance for childcare and early childhood education for low-income families and families experiencing homelessness.
Learn how the T-HARP program made behavioral health treatment accessible for people in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A Michigan program encouraged people who have or are experiencing homelessness tell their stories, a process that led many to gain skills needed for recovery.
A transitional housing program inspired by the Oxford House model helps domestic violence survivors overcome trauma and substance use.
Learn how affordable housing models can support recovery, with a focus on recovery housing and policy in Ohio.
Peer specialists play a role in treatment models that combine service provision and evidence-based practices to promote recovery.
Learn how to manage the holiday season’s challenges, including triggers of trauma for homeless service providers and the people they serve.
Point-in-Time (PIT) counts are valuable ways to assess homelessness in rural and frontier communities, which may be less visible than in urban areas.
The Senior and Disability Survival School program teaches older adults and people with disabilities how to access health services and bolster survival skills.
Mobile Loaves & Fishes in Austin, Texas, tackles both poverty and housing by providing entrepreneurship opportunities for people experiencing homelessness.
The Sustainable Food Center in Austin, Texas, works with food producers to combat food insecurity and help everyone access healthy, organic produce.
The Community Mental Health Act of 1963 set up community mental health facilities across the United States and continues to impact mental health policy.
Mark Allison of the National Low Income Housing Coalition explains sequestration and how it impacts homeless service and housing providers.
Virginia agencies work to end chronic homelessness through collaboration and partnerships with government at the local, state, and national levels.
Learn how the New Reach network in Connecticut provides housing to single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness.
A workgroup that SAMHSA helped start offers resources for clinicians to address the needs of youth who identify as LGBT and are experiencing homelessness.
Peer support is a key element of Palladia's Steps to Safety program for its homeless clients grappling with trauma and substance use.
Texas’ Center for Public Policy Priorities helps the state’s large population of working poor find resources to achieve financial stability.
Learn how recovery housing is gaining momentum on a national level due to its focus on empowering and supporting people in early recovery from substance use.
The National Coalition for the Homeless works to raise awareness as a key step in addressing the challenge of homelessness.