The housing crisis is a symptom of structural inequity, based largely on institutionalized poverty and racism. This means that the solution to homelessness (and other forms of housing instability) rests in system-wide resources, policy change, and government funding for affordable housing programs.
Still, there are many issues that relate to the overall state of housing insecurity that can be explored. Similarly, there are communities of people who experience homelessness who may require unique solutions. See the below outlined topics for further research: