The Pitfalls of HUD’s Point-in-Time Count

On January 7, 2020,  the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released its 2019 Annual Homeless Assessment Report Part I (AHAR), boasting decreases in both family and youth homelessness. This assertion was challenged by providers who work directly...

Congress Passes Final FY2020 Federal Budget

On Thursday, December 19, the Senate passed the final FY2020 appropriations bills, H.R. 1158 and H.R. 1865, sending them on to the President for his signature. The two federal programs specifically targeted to support children and youth experiencing homelessness...

2019 Legislative Recap and 2020 Outlook

Many bills on child, youth, and family homelessness were introduced in the first session of the 116th Congress, and will continue to make their way through the legislative process next year. We’ve briefly summarized the status of eight of the bills that impact...

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