United States Interagency 
 Council on Homelessness          
March 15, 2018

The Change We Seek: Minnesota's New Action Plan To Prevent and End Homelessness

Through a robust, collaborative effort with communities across the state, the Minnesota Office to Prevent and End Homelessness developed a statewide action plan to end homelessness aligned with the federal criteria and benchmarks.
Eric Grumdahl and Cathy ten Broeke of the Minnesota Office to Prevent and End Homelessness discuss the plan, which was released earlier this week. 
Rare, Brief, And One-Time: Ending Homelessness In America 
In his plenary remarks at NAEH's National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness earlier this month, executive director Matthew Doherty talked about USICH's efforts to revise the federal strategic plan - and align it with the federal criteria - and the work we must do together to make homelessness a rare, brief, and one-time experience for all members of our communities. 
Read Matthew's speech here.
Ending Family Homelessness: The Road Forward

Deputy Director Jasmine Hayes spoke with partners from all over the nation gathered in Los Angeles for NAEH's Conference and left reflecting on the role of federal agencies in supporting states and communities.
Rapid Re-Housing Resources To Help Stabilize People Experiencing Homelessness

NAEH's Conference focused on sustainable solutions, like rapid re-housing, to end family 
and youth homelessness. 
As we work toward that goal, make sure to have a look at these rapid re-housing tools from the Alliance:
Don't Miss SPARC's Report on Racial Inequity, Homelessness, and Strategies for Change 
The Supporting Partnership for Anti-Racist Communities (SPARC)  launched a multi-city initiative to understand and respond to racial inequity and homelessness in 2016. The report from Phase One of the initiative is now available and offers numerous
insights for addressing homelessness in ways that are comprehensive and racially equitable.