National Alliance to End Homelessness conferences bring together policymakers, practitioners, philanthropy, and advocates for sessions that address key issues in the effort to prevent and end homelessness.
Blog post authored by Brenton Hutson
Rapid Rehousing serves to prevent and end homelessness for the majority of individuals and, together with Permanent Supportive Housing and limited instances of Transitional Housing, can end homelessness as we know it today.
Is anyone else feeling the weight of change on the horizon? The Metro Denver community of homeless service providers are in the midst of a series of recent shifts that are occurring simultaneously across local counties and cities.
We recently sent out a communication regarding the upcoming HMIS vendor demonstrations. If you are interested in participating, please complete an Eventbrite registration for each session you are interested in attending.
MDHI conducted the annual national Point-in-Time survey in collaboration with agencies and volunteers across the Metropolitan Denver region. This survey generates a “snapshot” of the individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness in our communities.
Excerpt from the 2016 report...
Letter from Will Connelly:
A few years ago, I was a street outreach worker in Nashville, TN. My job was to engage people sleeping outside while trying to be a nonjudgmental guide through the system of housing and homeless services.