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Three Resources to Support LGBTQ Homeless Youth

…in Orlando in the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in our country’s history. It’s well-documented that almost 40% of homeless youth identify as LGBTQ. Below are three accessible resources to support these youth. Read them, use what’s valuable, and please share far and wide so that the support and love drowns out the violence and hate. 1. For advocates, providers and policy makers,…

Out of Reach 2018

Overview: Out of Reach documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing. The report provides in-depth data for each state and the online companion site provides an interactive map where users can find data by zip code. Author: National Low Income Housing Coalition Date: 2018 Download Out of Reach 2018        …

#40toNoneDay: A Commitment to End LGBTQ Youth Homelessness

…have a safe and stable place to call home. Show your support and post your own photo on social media. You can download a sign here. Learn more: Just released yesterday! At the Intersections: a new in-depth look into homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth. This first-of-its-kind online publication offers approaches to supporting youth experiencing homelessness, case studies of successful models,…

2017 Year in Review

…take on what drives their work to end homelessness. > Some thoughts about why we focus on systems change and addressing root causes, and how that shapes our funding strategies. > Four of our initiatives that demonstrate the different ways we support collaboration. > Our financial report and a letter from our leadership. Author: Melville Charitable Trust Date: July 2018 See the online report  …

Connecticut, We Have Something Big to Celebrate Today

…disability and chances are high that my disability is a mental illness or a substance addiction made worse by physical illness, injury, or trauma. As a result, I am especially vulnerable to declining health and likely to be a familiar face at the local hospital ER and at local crisis services. All at a substantial financial cost to the community and a significant emotional cost…

Big Data: A Key Part of Ending Homelessness in Connecticut

…is called System-Wide Analytics and Projection or “SWAP.” The SWAP tools are available online for free and any community can use them to look at local data to understand exactly what their system is accomplishing and model what happens when system and program changes are made. The Funders Collaborative is reviewing data from HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) and the Housing Inventory Count (a count…

Institute for Community Research/Youth Action Hub

…What do young people who experience homelessness want and need from an information and referral system? What are easy and youth-friendly ways for young people to access information and services? Artemis Fontaine (standing) and Angel Cotto present their research (Photo: Bonnie Rosenbaum) Connecticut has a robust 211 information and referral helpline for residents needing assistance locating basic services such as food, housing, child or elder…

Insidious Impacts: Sequestration’s Effects on the Most Vulnerable Families

and support data collection and advocacy that illustrates the impacts of sequestration. The Melville Trust supports the work of CBPP and the Connecticut Housing Coalition and has begun collaborating with funder colleagues at Funders Together to End Homelessness around strategies for highlighting sequestration’s impacts at the local and national levels. It is clear that continued cuts to services for the most vulnerable will have dire…

A Bipartisan Plan for Housing that Can End Homelessness?

…platform for increasing resident self-sufficiency and well-being, the Commission recommends that existing rental assistance programs be reformed to improve owner accountability and positive outcomes for participating households. Moving this agenda forward will require compelling ideas, great leadership, vigorous advocacy, and highly competent implementation. Fully implemented, these recommendations will help meet the needs of an additional five million vulnerable renter households and contribute to the elimination…

Questions for Jeff Bezos

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….

Getting “RACI” With Our Partners!

…organizations sign onto the goals of the Reaching Home Campaign at the start and have been actively working together for years. This level of trust and understanding goes a long way and we recommend building this baseline before introducing a tool like this. As a funder, the RACI process has been invaluable in helping us understand how our grantee partners collaborate and how we can…

We Can End Homelessness. But We Can’t Do It Alone.

…where individuals and families can access short-term financial assistance and help to move quickly from homelessness to homes. With this knowledge and through the leadership and coordination of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, the focus in our field has shifted toward comprehensive community responses that ensure that homelessness is prevented whenever possible, and where it can’t be prevented, is confined to rare and

No House to Call My Home

Join us for a reading and discussion with Ryan Berg, author of No House to Call My Home: Love, Family and Other Transgressions. Ryan will read from his award-winning book and facilitate a conversation with local youth, policy makers, and service providers about how to best support LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness. October 18, 2017: Boston, MA Northeastern University ISEC 101 (Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex)…

Secure Jobs = Secure Homes

…barriers to employment for low-skilled workers. How can local workforce systems best respond to individuals with “high barriers” to work, those who have histories, education levels, and personal circumstances that may have hindered their progress in finding sustainable employment? And can we create stronger connections between homeless service systems and workforce systems to help individuals and families get housing and work concurrently? Inspired by similar…

Missed Opportunities: LGBTQ Youth Homelessness in America

…rates of assault, exchanging sex for basic needs, and early death. Homelessness stems from more than “coming out” among LGBTQ youth. Their families faced broader issues of instability, including poverty, violence, addiction, or mental health problems. Youth made decisions about seeking services based on the reputation of the agency providing the services, and these reputations have to be earned. Safe and affirming systems and services…

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…