United States Interagency
Council on Homelessness
July 12, 2018
People with Lived Experience are Experts in Ending Homelessness
Actively engaging people with lived experience helps to create a more responsive and effective system for preventing and ending homelessness.
Sheila White, an advocacy fellow for the D.C.-based non-profit Miriam's Kitchen,
explains the value her real-world perspective offers.
"Showing Up" in Our Spheres of Influence To Address Racial Inequities
Addressing inequity starts within the offices of the very organizations working to create more equitable ways to prevent and end homelessness for everyone.
USICH Director of Finance and Administration Darren Franklin
shares a personal reflection
on his role in ensuring our agency aligns with this mission.
Yesterday's Webinar on Recently Released HUD NOFA is Now Available
Gathering information to help you respond to the
FY 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Notice of Funding Availability?
Check out our
recently recorded webinar
to learn more about the NOFA's priorities and the application process.
These considerations and resources
can also be used in your efforts to address racial disparities within your actions and application
Two New Reports Provide Recommendations for Improving Access to Employment
Heartland Alliance published
Pathways Forward: Recommendations for Federal Action to Increase Economic Mobility for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness or Housing Instability
The Baltimore City Continuum of Care recently released
Journey to Jobs: Understanding and Eliminating Barriers Imposed on Homeless Jobseekers
Coming VERY Soon: The revised and strengthened Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness!
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