News About Homelessness

homeless veterans in Los Angeles

Veterans Sue VA, City of LA for Failure to Provide Adequate Housing

homeless students

How Do Homeless Children Go to School?

Being Homeless Hurts

Homeless Hurts: A Catalogue of Rarely Talked About Traumas

contemplating suicide while living homeless

Is Death Better Than Living in Poverty and Isolation?

tiny home fire

Tiny Home Fire Ravages Village Designed to Shelter Homeless Veterans

why aren't there camping bans on black friday

Tis’ the Season to Selectively Enforce Camping Bans

housing as health care

Health Care Plan Prescribes Housing as a ‘Cure for Homelessness’

temporary shelters for homeless people

Pallet Shelters Offer Temporary Solutions to Homelessness with Permanent Environmental Implications

The Cicero Institute focuses on criminalizing homelessness

The Cicero Institute Makes Homelessness Worse for Everyone

covid and homelessness

How Covid-19 Has Impacted Homeless People

Veteran Homelessness

Veteran Homelessness: The War is Far from Over

Missoula, Montana

Armed Men Patrol Authorized Homeless Encampment in Montana

Housing in Philadelphia

Acclaimed Eviction Diversion Program Extended Through 2024

homelessness in Seattle

10-Year Seattle Study Shows the Tragic Truth About Homelessness and Sudden Death

Poverty and Homelessness

How is Poverty on the Decline, Yet Homelessness is Increasing?

Veteran Homelessness

Veteran Homelessness Drops by 11 Percent

California Governor Gavin Newsom

Newsom Lambastes California Plans on Homelessness, Pauses $1 Billion in Funding for Municipalities

NYC Homeless Men

NYC Shelter Turns 60 Homeless Men Away: We Must Stop Underfunding Homeless Services


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