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We know that we can end homelessness. Across New Mexico, communities are using proven programs and strategies to help people experiencing homelessness secure and maintain a safe place to call home.
Over the last couple decades, rents in America have been on the rise. Housing experts describe “severely cost-burdened households” — people who are spending far too much of their income on rent. Citizens rightly insist “the rent is too damn high.” Researchers and citizens alike suspect ...
"There's a need for a new response to homelessness in the city," Reycraft told CBC Radio's Metro Morning. Reycraft and others working with those struggling to find shelter say the city needs to ...
Salve Regina University Digital Commons @ Salve Regina Pell Scholars and Senior Theses Salve's Dissertations and Theses 10-1-2012 Homelessness: Causes, Culture and Community
In the mid-19th century, the United States began to implement systemic changes that shifted the articulation of homelessness. Skid rows were cleared in the name of urban renewal, 5 and new housing regulations (zoning, plumbing, fire codes, etc.) resulted in nightmarish tenements being torn down. While these regulations raised the bar for the condition of housing structures, low income ...
Toronto needs to get creative when it comes to homelessness. And one expert says the city should try tiny home communities, to provide homeless people with functional places in which to live.
Housing Is the Key. Today more than ever, there is a shortage of housing units that low income people can afford. And as the gap between income and housing costs grows, more people face homelessness.
Homelessness in LA is a complex issue. So many people want to help solve homelessness in their communities, and don’t know where to start. Our Homelessness Resource Fair is a starting point where Angelenos can learn how they can start making a difference right away.
The National Coalition for the Homeless sponsors many educational and organizing projects, special campaigns, and annual events. We work to empower homeless people, whose voices are essential to the public policy debate.
LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) individuals face a particular set of challenges, both in becoming homeless as well as when they are trying to avoid homelessness.