News About Homelessness

Surging Rental Market

America’s ‘Surging’ Rental Market Is Divided by Race and Class

unsheltered homelessness in LA

Why Don’t Homeless People in LA Stay in Shelters?

Mayors impact on homelessness

What Do America’s Mayors Think About Homelessness?

homelessness in US

Must You Experience Homelessness to Have Compassion For Homeless People?

eviction notice

Rents and Evictions Tragically Spike in Metro Vancouver 

Fair Housing HUD

Fair Housing Enforcement Increases Across the Country

Homelessness is not a crime

After a Major Push Toward Criminalization, at least 1 in 5 Nevada Inmates are Homeless

People surviving homelessness

The Numbers Don’t Lie: Drug Addiction is Not a Leading Cause of Homelessness

Money for homeless people

Boston Fintech Company Offers Homeless People Prepaid Debit Cards

Fighting for People Surviving homelessness

People Surviving Homelessness Need Us to Join Their Fight

Homelessness in Seattle

Seattle’s New Way of Measuring Homelessness Produces Startling Results

youth homelessness

The Average Age of a Homeless Person In America Might Surprise You

rental relief needed to prevent evictions

Following the Money: Where is Rent Relief Right Now?

toronto encampments

Toronto Pushes to Criminalize Homeless People and Their Supporters

wishes for small cottage in the woods

Homeless Woman Shares Her Three Wishes

justice for homeless shelters

Cities Try (and Fail) to Stop Homeless Shelters from Being Built

Jessica Aldama

How the Criminalization of Homelessness Led to the Tragic Deaths of Jessica Aldama and Her Newborn Baby

Top Homelessness News Stories 2021

Invisible People’s Top 10 News Posts for 2021


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