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Homeless Advocates Set 2013 Policy Priorities

The executive directors and policy staff representing many of the nation’s leading homeless advocacy organizations met yesterday as the Homeless Advocates Group (HAG) to set policy priorities for 2013. Each member organization of HAG has set its own independent set … Continue reading

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Our 100th Post!!!

It’s quite fitting that we’ve reached the big 1-0-0 during the beginning of a new year! In four years of blogging about current issues homeless communities face, we have covered stories from the everyday struggle of living without a stable home to … Continue reading

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Goofus and Gallant

I’m in a constant wrestle with the whole notion of ending homelessness in the United States. The lack of affordable housing and the resulting struggles of millions of un-housed Americans are profound and can be paralyzing. But, sometimes we’re presented … Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Allison:

Read why Membership Matters to law student, Alison Dinmore, and how she is working to support the National Coalition for the Homeless: “Membership with the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) not only exposes members to issues affecting the homeless, … Continue reading

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Protecting Our Country’s Homes

To each person, the word “home” carries a different meaning. For some, it is simply a roof over one’s head. To others however, the word “home” carries greater significance: it implies a certain sense of comfort provided not only by … Continue reading

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