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.
Second Wind Cottages is a tiny-house village for the chronically homeless in the town of Newfield, NY, outside of Ithaca.
The 16-by-20-foot houses in the village were built by more than 125...more
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, D-Conn. is currently working to provide federal funds to quickly get homeless people off the streets and into housing.
In memory of Francisco Perez, a 43-year-old...more
There has been a tremendous drop of homelessness in the US. However, despite its quiet descent, there is a possibility that it will also silently go up.
Major intervention is needed in order to...more
Hundreds of thousands encounter life without long-term housing and housing support in America. At a recent event in Tillamook County, Homeless Connect, put on by CARE, Inc. of Tillamook, served...more
According to Vancouver officials, street homelessness in the city has dropped by 11 per cent. The city saw a slow reduction in homelessness.
Councillor Kerry Jang claims that this is a step in...more
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
Glen James, a homeless man who returned more than $2,000 in cash and nearly $40,000 in traveler's checks, was honored a hero. According to James, he never considered keeping the money in the...more
Pathways to Housing PA, one of four programs in a national network, has moved 400 homeless Philadelphians off the streets, most of them are veterans.
The housing-first solution is simple and...more
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing and Hope4Youth nonprofit are both working to curtail the growing homelessness in suburban Anoka County, particularly homeless youth.
Despite a temporary ban on new...more
Denver, Colorado's day center for the homeless has been approved with a $8.6 million in financial assistance by the Denver City Council.
The Council has signed agreements with the Denver Rescue...more