Chronic Homelessness: Policy Solutions
Nearly 10 years ago, the federal government made a commitment to end chronic homelessness. Since then, a great deal of progress has been made on that goal, much of it due to incentives and directives from the federal government, and much of it due to the benefits of reducing chronic homelessness.
This brief from the National Alliance to End Homelessness examines:
- Who experiences chronic homelessness;
- The progress made in reducing chronic homelessness;
- Federal policies and local practices that contributed to that progress; and
- What policymakers can do to finish the job of ending chronic homelessness in the United States.
Click here to read the full brief.
Source: National Alliance to End Homelessness