United States Interagency 
 Council on Homelessness          
September 28, 2018
Home, Together.                 Read the Plan.                Watch the Video.
Creating Safe and Accessible Housing for All Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
 
Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault often need more than shelter to find safety and achieve housing stability.
 
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, learn how the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium   works to address the needs of survivors experiencing homelessness.
Need Help Making the Case for Affordable Housing to End Homelessness? Listen to Our Webinar! 
 
In most communities, ending homelessness means building more affordable housing. To generate that public will, communications expert Tiffany Manuel and community leaders Kim Webb in KY and Jenn Loving in CA offer real-world guidance on making an effective case .
 
Watch the webinar.
Understanding the Criteria and Benchmark for Ending Chronic Homelessness
 
Policy Director Lindsay Knotts, HUD SNAPS Senior Program Specialist Brett Esders, and Julia Orlando, Director of the Bergen County Housing, Health and Human Services Center walk through the criteria and benchmark in theory and in practice.
 
Watch the webinar.

Bob Pulster facilitated a discussion in Boston.
Communities all over the nation are diving into
Home,Together.
 
Take part in the discussion, and let us know about it!