Services for the Homeless News
News and information on the role that government, small business, the nonprofit sector and philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
The Departments of Health and Human Services and Housing and Urban Developed announced $93 million going to 13 states to provide housing and services to low-income people with disabilities.
A total of $243,000 in state funds is being awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to three housing and service programs serving the Wyoming area.
The grants will be used...more
Two nonprofits, Common Ground Santa Barbara County and the Central Coast Collaborative on Homelessness, are soliciting for 500 volunteers to conduct a survey of homelessness in the county.
An article by award-winning journalist Andrea Elliott tells the story of Dasani, a homeless girl who lives in a bad City-run shelter.
Her heartrending story is a look into the everyday privations...more
The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has suddenly cut the funding on the Compass Project, a youth development approach that is being used in Worcester to serve homeless youths.
Homeless Link, a charity that acts to fight homelessness, demands that more action is needed to help homeless families.
New figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government reveal...more
HomeStart, a nonprofit organization, works to end homelessness in the Greater Boston area. HomeStart officials lead the organization to help homeless individuals, families and veterans.
Homeless Connect is a bi-annual, community-centered event that offers free services to homeless and at-risk individuals on a single location.
The event was held Sunday and gathered up to 400...more
According to the Point-in-Time Count last January, the number of the chronically homeless dropped to more than 50 percent, which is good news.
However, there is still a mounting struggle to combat...more