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By Hannah Zollman, Pathway to Housing DC
Since placing its first client into permanent supportive housing nearly a decade ago, Pathways to Housing DC (Pathways DC) has successfully ended chronic homelessness for more than 500 individuals with serious psychiatric and physical disabilities in Washington, DC.…
by Funders Together to End Homelessness
Philanthropy has played a critical role in promoting and investing in Housing First – an approach that removes eligibility requirements to housing – because we know that having a home is key to stability.
But for millions, even an affordable rental apartment is still inaccessible in the United States.…
by Iain DeJong, OrgCode
Post Labor Day there are many communities that will be starting to plan for their January Point-in-Time Homeless Counts. Sure the count is over four months away, but the planning for these events can be a considerable undertaking, especially if the community wants to seize the opportunity to get the best information possible.…
An Update From Dr. Susan Angell, Executive Director of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs‘ Homeless Veterans Initiatives Office
Imagine if your pillow was a cold concrete slab.
It was for too many people I met on the night of the 2013 Washington, D.C.…
by Anne Miskey, Executive Director of Funders Together
At work, I think in best practices – how to fund, advocate, convene, collaborate, strategize. I speak in acronyms, numbers, and data. I look at root causes, systems, and solutions, not band-aids. I am committed to doing all I can to end and prevent homelessness. At the end of the day I know I love my job – and am left wishing I could do more.…