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Pilot projects are showing success in using the Housing First model to secure safe housing for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
The Guadalupe Homeless Project services a growing population of women over age 50 who are experiencing homelessness.
The 100,000 Homes Campaign has provided housing and shelter for more than 100,000 individuals and families experiencing homelessness nationwide.
The Life Course Indicator initiative helps states assess the effects of external factors on children's health throughout the lifespan.
Learn about Breaking Ground, one of the largest supportive housing providers to provide permanent housing for people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Mental Health First Aid offers training to help people recognize the signs of mental distress or if someone is in crisis.
With providers on all main islands, the Hawai’i Community Foundation's (HCF) HousingASAP program helps families experiencing homelessness find permanent housing.
Arizona's Center of Hope provides transitional and permanent supportive housing as well as behavioral health treatment for new and expectant mothers.
Older adults age 50 and over with substance use disorders need treatment services that are sensitive to age-related or generational issues.
Learn how The Landlord Liaison Project (LLP) connects landlords with people experiencing homelessness to keep affordable and private housing markets healthy.
Contributing Writer Katherine Volk reflects on conversations with staff at a community-based organization about re-imagining the notion of recovery.
The head of Nashville, Tennessee's Metropolitan Homelessness Commission discusses the behavioral health and trauma concerns of men experiencing homelessness.
Learn how the Eviction Diversion Program helps prevent tenants from losing their homes and how preventing evictions can help families and stretch housing funds.
Learn how Silver Lining Mentoring provides whole-person supportive services to prevent homelessness among foster care youth transitioning into adulthood.
With a 10-hour school day, free meals, and enrichment activities, the ExpandED Schools model is reshaping education for children in temporary housing.
The Campaign to Change Direction promotes that mental health is as valuable as physical health and one can recognize the signs of emotional suffering.
Learn how the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center's integrated care model helps Boston-area LGBT youth experiencing homelessness build hope and trust.
The Peer Advocate Program at the Skid Row Housing Trust helps new residents transition from homelessness into housing.
Yale University's Jack Tsai, Ph.D., examines the Housing First model and ways to help people with substance use disorders access housing.
Boston’s Homeless Court helps people experiencing homelessness address legal issues that might prevent them from obtaining housing and assistance.