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How Does Rapid Re-housing Help Veterans Get off the Street and into a Home? An Expert Dialogue

by Kimberly Burrowes
On a single night in 2018, about 38,000 veterans were homeless, and roughly 15,000 of them were unsheltered. These considerable numbers underscore this population’s unmet needs…

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Four Homelessness Trends from 2018 and What They Could Mean for 2019

by Oriya Cohen 
In 2018, communities across the country faced a continuing housing affordability crisis—and, in some places, natural disasters—that strained the ability of local actors to…

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Five Homelessness Trends from 2017 and What They Could Mean for 2018

by Veronica Gaitán
In 2017, communities across the nation experienced a housing affordability crisis, high rental demand, a wave of major natural disasters, and tax uncertainty. According to the US…

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How to Win the War Against Veteran Homelessness

Writing by Emily Peiffer and photography by Lydia Thompson
When Nashua, New Hampshire, earned the designation of effectively ending veteran homelessness, Peter Kelleher’s first reaction was…

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What Cities Can Do to Combat Homelessness

by Steven Brown
The most recent* Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress points out the number of people experiencing homelessness has fallen every year since 2010, representing a 13.7 percent…

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Improving Veterans’ Stability, Income, & Employment

As part of the federal initiative to end veteran homelessness, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the U.S. Department of…

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How the U.S. Is Ending Homelessness Among Vets — One City at a Time

This year’s spring thaw will hopefully usher in some good news — a further decrease in the number of homeless U.S. veterans. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s recently…

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How to Develop & Sustain Veterans Permanent Supportive Housing

As the nation focuses on ending veteran homelessness, permanent supportive housing will play a major role. What should developers, policymakers, and advocates know to increase the success of these…

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