This webpage provides questions for communities to consider on how to support children and youth experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 outbreak.
These resources provide information and tools on topics related to ending youth homelessness:
This resource includes questions that can help communities assess their progress toward USICH’s benchmarks for reaching the goal of ending youth homelessness.
This resource provides specific criteria and benchmarks for ending unaccompanied youth homelessness.
This fact sheet describes the negative impact of family homelessness on children’s health, education, and well-being.
This event brought together stakeholders from multiple sectors, as well as youth from diverse backgrounds, to assess progress toward the Opening Doors goal of ending youth homelessness by 2020.
This blog post, written by a USICH intern, describes how she found the position and highlights her experiences working on the policy team at USICH.
USICH hosted a webinar that highlighted two models of non-time-limited housing for youth.
This document aims to improve practices and collaboration among SSA field offices.
USICH hosted a webinar, “Non-Time-Limited Housing for Youth,” on August 13, 2015, which highlighted two models of non-time-limited housing for youth.
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