Find articles, videos, webinars, and other resources to support your work with people experiencing homelessness.
Learn how a PATH grantee partners with police, peer specialists, and mental health systems to better serve people experiencing homelessness.
Stable housing through Housing First programs can end chronic homelessness and lead to engagement with services that support recovery.
Social exclusion of people experiencing homelessness can occur in hospital emergency rooms and delay access to health care.
Learn how the National Research Agenda on Homelessness aims to update homelessness data and assess the impact of health financing reforms on services.
The Back On My Feet program uses running to help people experiencing homelessness see that recovery and positive change is possible through perseverance.
The documentary film Give Me A Shot of Anything provides a first-hand account of homelessness to raise awareness about poverty, homelessness, and health care.
Learn how psychiatric rehabilitation fosters personal growth for people in recovery despite struggles with mental illness and social exclusion.
Compassion for people experiencing homelessness who have suffered trauma is at the center of one continuum of care provider in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Author Danielle Steel spent 11 years providing street outreach to people experiencing chronic homelessness in San Francisco, CA.
A first-person account of how struggling to survive on the streets subjects people to social exclusion and can often lead to jail.
Learn about a New York-based peer-run wellness program, which emphasizes empowerment, social inclusion, and collaboration.
Homeless and runaway youth can access support services, life skills training, and transitional shelter at Boston's Bridge Over Troubled Waters.
Federal legislation expands assistance for childcare and early childhood education for low-income families and families experiencing homelessness.
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.