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Report  |  September 28, 2011

Based on new evidence about increased poverty and future economic trends, the Alliance estimates that in the next three years homelessness in the United States could increase by 5 percent, or 74,000 people.

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Report  |  August 24, 2011

This document outlines the Alliance's activities and accomplishments in 2010.

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Report  |  July 28, 2011
Data Point: Homeless Assistance Program Funding: Federal Versus State and Local Assistance
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Report  |  July 28, 2011

In the third installment of the Homelessness Research Institute’s (HRI) Economy Bytes series, the intersection between state and local budget cuts and homelessness is examined. Many states and localities are cutting the budgets of their homeless assistance programs in fiscal year (FY) 2012, which is elevating vulnerability and putting more and more people at risk of experiencing homelessness.

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Report  |  April 18, 2011
In November 2009, the Rockefeller Foundation sponsored a meeting at its Bellagio Center in Italy, bringing together 18 recognised social innovators working to ensure that marginalized and vulnerable people are not only decently housed, but can also feel welcome and lead a dignified life in the communities in which they live. This is not an Alliance-authored publication.
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Report  |  January 14, 2011
The fourth chapter of The State of Homelessness in America report explores states that experienced multiple risk factors of increased homelessness between 2008 and 2009.
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Report  |  January 11, 2011

The State of Homelessness in America, the first report of its kind, investigates the changes in homelessness across the country. In addition, the Alliances examines economic indicators and demographic drivers of homelessness, examining how eight factors contribute to increased risk of homelessness among vulnerable populations.

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Report  |  December 1, 2010

In the second of our Economy Bytes series, the Alliance examines the characteristics of the working poor population. The brief reflects on the how the recession and it's economic impacts affect this population and it's risk for experiencing homelessness.

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Report  |  August 27, 2010

Form 990 Submitted to the IRS by the National Alliance to End Homelessness in 2009. The 990 is submitted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by nonprofit organizations and provides information on the filing organization's mission, programs, and finances.

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Report  |  June 24, 2010

This document outlines the Alliance's activities and accomplishments in 2009.

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Report  |  May 18, 2010

\In the first of our Economy Bytes series, the Alliance presents the state of doubled-up families. The brief examines the implications of the increase in doubled-up families and reflects on the how the situation speaks to the recession’s impact of homelessness.

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Report  |  May 6, 2010

nameEach community has been classified into one of five categories, ranging from completely urban to completely rural. This report analyzes various aspects of the homeless population in each category.

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Report  |  April 1, 2010


There is some troubling evidence that homelessness is increasing among elderly adults. In this report, the Homelessness Research Institute presents this evidence and projects that homelessness among the elderly population will increase by 33 percent by 2020, and more than double by 2050.

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Report  |  December 3, 2009

nameThis is an issue brief presenting the ways state mental health agencies can work cooperatively with community members and lawmakers to prevent and end homelessness for those afflicted with severe mental illness. Key strategies are examined in this brief, as well as case studies of states that have successfully implemented some of these strategies.

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Report  |  November 30, 2009

This is the fourth in a series of briefs examining the geographic distribution of the population experiencing homelessness and the homeless assistance system in the United States. It examines the homeless population in urban areas, and further categorizes urban areas into five subcategories.

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