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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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Veterans Experiencing Homelessness a ‘stain on our nation’

By Michelle Obama and Jill Biden Right now, in communities across our nation, there are…

Matthew Doherty Named Executive Director of U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness

Washington – U.S. Secretary…

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Announces New Grants to Help End Veteran Homelessness

Initiative Targets 45,000 Homeless and At-Risk Vets and Families in High Need Communities Secretary of…

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05/28/15 - Webinar: Coordinated Assessment for Health Centers

Coordinated assessment is a relatively new process within the homeless…

06/03/15 - Webinar: Family Homelessness - CSBG and HUD Collaboration

On Wednesday,…

06/11/15 - Financial Implications for Health Centers Working with Frequent Users

Reducing costs is often the focus of demonstration projects aimed…

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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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Keynote address by HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell to the National Health Care for the Homeless Council Conference

Secretary Burwell serves as Vice Chair of USICH and delivered these remarks on May 7, 2015…

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…

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Financing Supportive Housing Services: Maximizing Medicaid Options and Promoting Practices in the Field

Medicaid is a flexible program and states have numerous options for expanding benefit packages beyond…

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…

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