Resources & Reports

Journey to Jobs: Understanding and Eliminating Barriers Imposed on Homeless Jobseekers

This report by Baltimore City’s Journey to Jobs initiative lifts up the interconnections between homelessness, economic instability, criminal records & racial disparities.

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Resources & Reports

Implementing Change: Addressing the Intersections of Juvenile Justice and Youth Homelessness for Young Adults

Resources for law enforcement, schools, state and local governments, and State Advisory Groups to understand and address the intersections between juvenile justice and youth homelessness.

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Resources & Reports

Out of Reach 2018

Out of Reach documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing in the United States.

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Resources & Reports

Connecticut Counts: Report on Homelessness in Connecticut 2018

An annual report on Connecticut’s efforts to end homelessness. Since 2007, homelessness in the state has declined 25%.

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Shirlene Stoven, 81, organized her fellow senior housing residents in the Applewood mobile home park in Midvale, Utah, and formed Applewood Homeowners Cooperative. They fended off developers and were able to work with the city and nonprofits to buy the land their homes sit on.
Melville in the News

Tiny Houses Alone Can’t Solve the Housing Crisis. But Here’s What Can

YES! Magazine takes an in-depth look at the housing affordability crisis and solutions popping up in cities and towns across the country.

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NPR/WNPR on homelessness

HUD Unveils Plan To Increase Rent On Millions Receiving Federal Housing Assistance

by | April 26, 2018

HUD Secretary Ben Carson wants Americans living on housing assistance to put more of their income toward rent and he wants to give public housing authorities the ability to impose work requirements on tenants.

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Blog Posts

Missed Opportunities: LGBTQ Youth Homelessness in America

by | April 25, 2018

Chapin Hall just released the most comprehensive study on LGBTQ youth homelessness to date. Megan Gibbard Kline, Director of A Way Home America, shares how we can use this new data to change these sobering stats.

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