News About Homelessness

Transitional Homelessness

What Is the Most Common Type of Homelessness?

Increased Homelessness

Pending Global Recession Could See Homelessness Increase to Great Depression Levels


Regret Is a Horrible Burden to Bear, Especially When You Are Homeless

criminalizing homelessness

How Does the US Criminalize Homelessness?

housing apartments

While the Rest of California Struggles, San Diego Excels with Housing Program

Addressing youth homelessness and trafficking

NN4Y Seeks to Prevent Homelessness Among Youth, Releases Impact Report

government aid

New Study Shows Government Aid Prevented More Homelessness

You Could Be Homeless

Even You Could Be Homeless One Day

Top 10 Invisible People News Stories

Invisible People’s Top 10 News Posts for 2022

unsheltered homelessness

HUD Reports More Americans Are Experiencing Unsheltered and Chronic Homelessness

libraries offer resources to homeless people

Libraries Play an Invaluable Role in Fighting Homelessness

Australian aboriginal homelessness

Aboriginal Families Targeted for Homelessness Again through New Legislation

homeless in Phoenix

City of Phoenix Sued to Stop Encampment Sweeps

Capitalism Kills

Capitalism Kills Nearly 1 Million Americans Per Year


Christmas Is Out of Reach for Too Many People This Year

supportive housing

Cities Use New Supportive Housing Model to Reduce Homelessness

homeless people deserve dignity

To Truly Help People in Need, We Must Think of Them as Equals

National Homeless Memorial Day

It’s National Homeless Memorial Day Again, Sadly

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