The Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness is a new resource center for policy makers, researchers, and practitioners.

Series of Briefs Offer Evidence-Based Guidance and Best Practices for Community Responses to Unsheltered Homelessness

The 2020 Annual Homelessness Report to Congress (AHAR) reported that more individuals experiencing homelessness were unsheltered than were sheltered for the first time since federal data collection began in 2007. Communities across the...
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Responding to Homeless Encampments: Strategies and Costs

 By Lauren Dunton Homeless encampments are an increasingly common sight across the U.S. in cities, suburbs, and even more rural communities. While there is no official or formal definition of an encampment, most...
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HIGHLIGHTS

New Resources Can Reduce Homelessness Substantially–If We Use Them Wisely

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In the Midst of Plenty: Homelessness and What To Do About It

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Synthesis of Evidence on Criminal Justice Reentry and Homelessness

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EXPERT SPOTLIGHT

Joy Moses Joy Moses is the Director of the Homelessness Research Institute at the National Alliance to End Homelessness. For nearly 20 years, she has worked to reduce poverty and advance racial justice. Before joining the Alliance, she was a private consultant and analyst with the Center for American Progress. Within those roles, she managed projects and developed research reports and other...
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