Using Advocacy to End Homelessness: A Toolkit for Understanding and Conducting Advocacy

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National Alliance to End Homelessness

Toolkits | February 3, 2011

Files: Toolkit (PDF | 31.66 MB | 104 pages)

Advocacy can be one of the most powerful ways to impact public policy. However, advocacy can seem overwhelming, and there is a lot of confusion about what advocacy is and how to do it. This toolkit is designed to dispel any myths or confusion you may have about advocacy and to provide you with all of the tools that you need to advocate to make preventing and ending homelessness a federal priority. Through advocacy, we can work with policymakers to provide new and increased resources so that no man, woman, or child in the United States experiences homelessness.

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If you have questions about the toolkit or its contents, or if you would like to strategize specifically about how your community or organization can implement these tactics, please contact Kate Seif at cseif@naeh.org.