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Veteran Homelessness Resources

Next week, the nation will commemorate Veterans Day, and recognize all who have served in the armed forces. Despite the nation’s progress on behalf of homeless veterans, the reality is that more than 37,000 U.S. military veterans were still counted as homeless in the 2018 Point in Time Count. 
 

As we honor the service of veterans nationwide, the Alliance encourages its partners to reaffirm their commitments to housing homeless veterans, and offers the following resources to help support that work. 
 

Background and Data 

Veterans Overview 

Interactice Data: Total Number of People Experiencing Homelessness per Year by Type, 2007–2018 (State of Homelessness)
 

Blogs

  • Three Tips for Ending Veteran Homelessness in a Balance of State CoC 
  • Successful Veteran Homelessness Programs Poised to Innovate and Expand 
  • Veteran Homelessness: What’s Working, What to Watch 
  • How State Departments of Veterans Affairs Can Help End Homelessness (2016) 
  • Five High Impact Steps for Mayors to End Veteran Homelessness (2015) 

Partner Resources
How to Help Homeless Veterans (U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs)
Criteria and Benchmarks for Achieving the Goal of Ending Veteran Homelessness (USICH)
The Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness (USICH)
 

Webinar 
National Housing Conference: October Restoring Neighborhoods Webinar: Ending Veterans Homelessness 

From the Alliance Blog

  • When Sleeping Outside is Breaking the Law
    By Steve Berg
  • Three Tips for Ending Veteran Homelessness in a Balance of State CoC
    By NAEH
  • Think You’re Done with this Year’s NOFA? There’s One More Thing to Do
    By Steve Berg
  • New Federal Policy Proposals Will Hurt Survivors of Domestic Violence
    By Chandra Crawford

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Data Visualization: Racial Disparities in Homelessness

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