Registering and voting in Florida, even if you don’t have a permanent address or ID By Andrew Fraieli Voting is a right even if someone is experiencing homelessness.
Students experiencing homelessness face challenges day-to-day without a pandemic — now there are fewer people and fewer resources to help them. Story by Katie Aulenbacher Public education experts
U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development data shows African Americans as having a highly disproportionate rate of homelessness compared to their population since records began Story by
On a single night in January of 2019, there were 567, 715 homeless people in the United States according to the most recent report by the U.S. Department
Advocates for the homeless see the centralized databases and standardized assessments of the coordinated entry approach as superior to the scattershot approaches of the past. By Sam Mire
A law firm’s report shows how city’s ordinances criminalize basic human behavior By Andrew Fraieli Sacramento, California filed a lawsuit to ban certain homeless individuals from public spaces