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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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Report  |  October 20, 2009
The National Alliance to End Homelessness Annual Report, 2008.
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Report  |  September 29, 2009
This is the third 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 geographic distributions of homeless subpopulations and subgroups.

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Report  |  September 3, 2009

This Data Update provides an updated content analysis of the 234 completed community plans to end homelessness. In addition to illustrating of the growth of 10-year plans, this update will compare the content of earlier (first 90 plans) and later plans (144).

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Report  |  August 27, 2009
This is the second in a series of briefs examining the geographic distribution of the population experiencing homelessness and the homeless assistance system in the United States. It evaluates how rates of homelessness in rural areas compare to rates in urban areas.

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Report  |  July 13, 2009
This serves as the first in a series of briefs examining the geographic distribution of the homeless population in the United States and provides some insight into the extent to which homelessness exists in rural and urban areas.


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Report  |  June 25, 2009

In June 2009, the Alliance, along with several other national organizations released this report, which provides insight into the contribution that foreclosures had on 2008 homeless populations.

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Report  |  June 22, 2009

Form 990 Submitted to the IRS by the National Alliance to End Homelessness in 2008.

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Report  |  June 10, 2009
The National Alliance to End Homelessness Annual Report, 2007.
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Report  |  January 16, 2009
In June 2004, the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation launched the Shifting Gears Initiative: Fast Track to Housing for Bay Area Families. The grants supported a shift away from “managing” homelessness toward programs and strategies aimed at ending homelessness. As a result, providers increasingly based their service delivery on rapid re-housing principles, families had shorter stays in shelter, and many families avoided entering the homeless service system altogether.
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Report  |  January 12, 2009

In 2007, the National Alliance to End Homelessness released Homelessness Counts, establishing a 2005 baseline for measuring progress in the fight to end homelessness. This report is a follow up to that report. Here, we analyze the changes from 2005 to 2007, looking more closely at changes at the state level and among subpopulations.


 

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Report  |  August 5, 2008
In its Third Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR), the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that last year the country has experienced about an 11 percent decrease in homelessness, including a 30 percent drop in chronic homelessness since 2005.
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Report  |  April 1, 2008
This report provides an extensive discussion of the RHISCO Project, the issue of rural homelessness, and the nature of the participating counties, and also highlights the cross cutting findings, promising practices, and challenges and opportunities that emerged from the RHISCO Project. This report is a useful tool for all rural communities looking to develop ten year plans to end homelessness and working to advance better approaches to address the issue.
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Report  |  October 5, 2006

This guide is meant to help people having a housing crisis or those who have realized their wages will not allow them to pay for decent housing. The first part of this guide can assist in finding help with the cost of housing. The second part examines how to permanently solve a housing crisis by finding a good job and organizing personal finances.

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