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…and privilege to direct substantial resources, to influence, to lead, to partner, cajole, and advocate for social reforms and smarter public-sector investments—we have the obligation to look beyond just managing homelessness to ending it. And the best way to end family homelessness is to ensure that families and children have a stable home, which is the foundation for better health, consistent employment, and effective education….

New York to Give Homeless Youth ‘No Strings’ Cash for Two Years

…the program could eventually lead to a cost savings for the city, as it would open up beds in homeless shelters and reduce costs of other programs. Larry Cohen, executive director and co-founder of Point Source Youth, told Newsweek that “the program is built on trusting young people.” He said that “young people are experts in their own lives and they know best how to…

A Bipartisan Plan for Housing that Can End Homelessness?

…through revenue generated from changes in homeownership tax subsidies – both recommendations of the National Low Income Housing Coalition The Commission Report is not light reading, but it is essential for those committed to ending homelessness. Which recommendations are most critical to your work in ending homelessness? Which recommendations have the best chance of being implemented quickly? We also invite your comments on Twitter @MelvilleTrust….

Melville Charitable Trust Selects Its Next President

…BS in Accounting from the University of Maryland. We are tremendously proud and excited that Susan will be the Trust’s new leader. Her background in innovative philanthropy, her deep experience leading collaborative efforts to end homelessness, and her passion for this work will be invaluable assets in her new leadership role at the Trust. Please join us in congratulating her! Best, Stephen Melville, Board Chair…

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: May 2017

…call home. You can learn more about our approach here and explore all of our grantmaking here. Rapid Results Institute Develop a framework and the initial tools to scale up the delivery of the Rapid Results Institute’s “100-Day Challenge” work to reach 75 communities and build best practices in the field to end youth homelessness by 2020. Amount: $50,606 Term: One year Council of State…

Technical Assistance Collaborative

To support policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities to expand the supply of supportive housing and strengthen the ability of behavioral health and human service/Medicaid systems to serve vulnerable populations.

Secure Jobs Connecticut 2.0

…in order to achieve better short- and long-term outcomes for themselves and their families. Support included flexible funds to help with childcare and transportation, assistance with job searches and interviews, and greater coordination across agencies to build a network of effective wrap-around services. Read more about the Secure Jobs Connecticut pilot , the summary evaluation and full evaluation .     The Melville Trust’s Role…

Secure Jobs Connecticut: Caitlin and Justin

…day to keep their children safe and housed. “Prior to Secure Jobs existing, we had a homeless service system and a workforce development system and very seldom did those two systems actually touch,” says Caitlin. “We were just two separate things seeing a lot of the same people but not really linking up together and understanding what each other does. Secure Jobs fills that gap…

Secure Jobs Evaluation

…and will center on improvements of access, speed, responsiveness and effectiveness of service delivery within and across organizations. Watch this space! On Monday, July 22, I will be presenting on Secure Jobs at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness at the 2 pm -3:15 pm session: 1.08 Helping Parents Connect to Employment and Income Support. Please come by if you are there!      …

Employment & Education Opportunity Fund

Service; An organizational budget of $1,000,000 or less; and A primary mission to provide direct services to individuals who experienced prison or jail. How much is each grant? The maximum grant is $7,500 and we anticipate awarding 8-10 grants by mid-December 2019. How can EOF funds be used? All funds: Can finance an individual’s employment related, educational, or training expenses. Can be applied to any…

Invisible No More: Creating Opportunities for Youth Who are Homeless

Overview: First-of-its-kind study on youth in Connecticut experiencing homelessness. The report was compiled using testimonials from homeless youth between the ages of 14-24, and the service providers and advocates who serve this population. Author: Partnership For Strong Communities, in partnership with the Consultation Center at the Yale University School of Medicine (Derrick M. Gordon, Ph.D. and Bronwyn A. Hunter, Ph.D.) Date: 2013 Download: Invisible No…

Melville Trust Response to the US Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) Strategic Plan

…First recognizes that people cannot get work, properly treat substance abuse or mental health disorders or stabilize their lives if they do not have a stable home. In the Housing First model, each person moves at their own pace, receiving individualized services according to their need. Former USICH Executive Director Barbara Poppe described it as, “the right dose” of services. Not only is Housing First…

The Substance Use and Housing National Leadership Forum

Overview: The Substance Use and Housing National Leadership Forum was a national effort to bring practitioners, policy leaders, and researchers together to fuel new thinking and innovation around housing, service approaches and recovery supports for individuals affected by substance use disorders. By convening a cross-section of experts from across key systems, the aim was to develop a strategic vision and set of concrete actions to…

Ensuring a Voice in Housing Choice: Reflections on Supportive Housing and Olmstead

…potentially mean increased Medicaid dollars for mental health care and better access to mental health services at the community level, bringing these services closer to where people live. Far too often, inadequate access to community-based treatment and support results in homelessness, incarceration, or the needless institutionalization of people with mental illness in hospitals, nursing homes, or board and care facilities. Three of the Melville Trust’s…

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: January 2016

…place to call home. You can learn more about our approach here and explore all of our grantmaking here. Technical Assistance Collaborative One-year grant of $600,000 to support policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities to expand the supply of supportive housing and strengthen the ability of behavioral health and human service/Medicaid systems to serve vulnerable populations. Corporation for Supportive Housing Disbursal of $150,000 for a…

What Can You Do in 100 Days? House 100 Youth? You Bet!

…Institute—in partnership with A Way Home America and HomeBase—facilitated the comprehensive launch process over an intense two days. The communities selected—Baltimore (MD), Columbus (OH), Hennepin County (MN), Louisville (KY) and Palm Beach County (FL)—mobilized teams that included: service providers, youth and young adults, and a variety of representatives from local housing, mental health, foster care, and juvenile justice agencies. All these partners convened in Baltimore—in…

Karen DuBois-Walton, Ph.D.

…positions with the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and Yale University Child Study Center. Dr. DuBois-Walton earned her BA from Yale University and MA and Ph.D. from Boston University. She serves on numerous Boards and Commissions and is an active member of the New Haven community where she resides with her husband and two sons. In 2014 Dr. DuBois-Walton was…

Here’s Something New We Could Try to Help our Homeless Neighbors

Overview: Reporter Lucy May talks to local homeless service providers about the importance of jobs in ending homelessness for families and asks if our Secure Jobs Connecticut pilot could be a model for Cincinnati. Date: January, 16, 2018 Publication: WCPO Cincinnati Read the article      …