Melville in the News

Light at the End of the Tunnel: Is Philanthropy Finally Making Real Progress on Homelessness?

Inside Philanthropy examines the Trust’s long-term commitment to ending homelessness and highlights elements that have helped get us closer to our ultimate goal.

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NPR/WNPR on homelessness

Homeless, Addicted, and Overcoming a Long History of Neglect

by WNPR | April 24, 2017

Reggie Morton was without a home for 20 years. “His life is a blueprint of what happens when we don’t provide for people who are mentally ill and addicted. Historically, we’ve let the Reggies flounder, and we’ve paid dearly for that,” observes writer Susan Campbell.

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Resources & Reports

Integrating Rapid Re-Housing & Employment: Program & Policy Recommendations for Enhancing Rapid Re-Housing

This report shines a spotlight on why robust employment, training, and related supportive services are key to the success of rapid re-housing participants.

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Resources & Reports

The Affordable Housing Gap Analysis 2017

A detailed examination of the rental affordability crisis in our nation.

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Melville in the News

Homeward Bound

Meet four of the young people who were housed during A Way Home America’s 100 Day Challenge.

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Resources & Reports

Addressing the Intersections of Juvenile Justice Involvement and Youth Homelessness: Principles for Change

Ten key principles and policy recommendations to help ensure that a youth’s involvement with the juvenile justice system does not increase the likelihood that they will experience homelessness, and that youth experiencing homelessness receive the services and supports they need instead of being cited, arrested, charged, or incarcerated.

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NPR/WNPR on homelessness

Vigils Honor The Homeless Who Died As They Lived: On The Streets

by NPR | December 21, 2016

Winter can be an especially difficult time for those living outside without shelter. Activists are holding vigils around the country to remember the thousands of homeless people who died this year.

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