Tag Archives: Shelter

Segmentation of the Homeless Population

Over the past few months, a lot of media attention has been given to President Obama’s plan to end veteran homelessness by 2015. Without a doubt, this plan is honorable, and was proposed with noble intentions. Veteran homelessness is a … Continue reading

Posted in Intern Interjections | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Going Up, Going Down

Though every year communities understand that cold weather brings increased risk of illness and even death among those who do not have safe and permanent warm residence, it seems there is more contention about the opening of emergency winter shelters … Continue reading

Posted in Staff Thoughts | Tagged , | Leave a comment

5 Tips for Winter Planning

by Megan Hustings In DC, we’re trying to squeeze the last days of warmth and sunshine out of the summer, and the last thing we want to think about is the temperature dropping more.  But winter is on its way. … Continue reading

Posted in Staff Thoughts | Tagged , , | 1 Comment