Tag: family homelessness
To Fight Family Homelessness, HUD Must Count It Correctly
What should we be doing now to address the increasing number of children who are expected to suffer pandemic-related homelessness?
A Bolder Future for Housing Justice: ‘These Times Call for Radical...
Housing advocates working at the local, state, and national levels discuss new research and policy recommendations for advancing housing justice.
How L.A.’s Housing Crisis Makes Family Reunification Much Harder
The increased risk of family separation is a lesser-known consequence of the affordable housing crisis.
Housing, Not Warehousing—A Victory 10 Years in the Making
Warehousing is one of real estate’s best-kept secrets, and a crucial piece of how the housing market can keep supply low and demand high. One New York City organization rallied to prove warehousing still posed a problem, and pushed the boundaries of what was politically possible.
Shelter Shorts—The Week in Community Development, Jan. 26
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7 Policies to End Family Homelessness
Improving the well-being of homeless children and their families led Enterprise Community Partners, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, and New Destiny Housing to convene a Family Homelessness Task Force comprised of over 40 organizations.
We Served Too
Women are an increasing percentage of veterans, and of homeless veterans, but their experiences of homelessness differ from their male counterparts, and so must the solutions.
One Paycheck Away—A Family’s Path to Homelessness
When the Sjoblom family realized they might soon lose their home in Matawan, New Jersey, Diane Sjoblom found the National Coalition for the Homeless. Through email, letters, and telephone conversations, NCH reconstructed their journey into homelessness and ensuing efforts to find living wage employment to improve their situation.