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Investing in proven solutions is a key premise of Opening Doors. The commitment to end homelessness compels communities to focus their resources on solutions that work, while encouraging well-designed innovations for continuous improvement.

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The President’s 2016 Budget makes investments to end chronic homelessness in 2017 and to make significant progress in ending homelessness across all other populations

The President's 2016 Budget is designed to bring middle class economics into the 21st Century.…

HUD-VASH Program to Expand into Native American Communities for the First Time

WASHINGTON – Today the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that the…

Mayor Garcetti Announces LA is Half Way to Ending Veterans Homelessness Goal

City wins funding for over 1,300 supportive homes for chronically homeless people and veterans Mayor…

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Developing Local Coordinated Entry Systems is Hard but Necessary Work

A Message from Laura Green Zeilinger One of the most important recent developments from our…

2014 PIT Count Data Shows Progress across All Populations: Four Years after Launching Opening Doors, Data Points to Clear Success

A Message from Laura Green Zeilinger Today, HUD released new data from the 2014…

Spotlight on Solutions: Tailored Interventions and Assistance for Families

Ending homelessness among families and children is…

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Approaching Homelessness from a Human Rights Perspective

Remarks delivered by Liz Osborn, USICH Management and Program Analyst, at the U.S. Department of…

Collective Impact Works

Remarks delivered by Laura Green Zeilinger, USICH Executive Director, at Ballard Spahr’s National Housing Symposium…

Breaking Ground on the John and Jill Ker Conway Residence in DC

Remarks delivered by Laura Green Zeilinger, USICH Executive Director, at the ground breaking of the John…

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Introduction to Youth Count! Initiative, October 11, 2012

This webinar, hosted by USICH, introduced stakeholders from the nine invited communities to the purpose…

Proof Point: The 2014 Point-in-Time Count Shows that Homelessness Is a Solvable Problem

Laura Green Zeilinger, Executive Director of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, provides an overview…

Permanent Supportive Housing Bonus in FY 2014 HUD CoC Program: Strategies for Rapid Implementation

In this webinar short, USICH Senior Policy Director Richard Cho provides an overview of the…

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