MUTEH Inc. will host The Rapid Rehousing Institute on June 6th-7th, 2019 for non-profits, state agencies, and faith-based organizations, to build capacity with agency staff and organizational structure to better serve homeless population.
This post and statistics first appeared on the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ website. The Alliance is pleased to release the State of Homelessness 2019. This web-based annual report uses data to chart the nation’s progress towards ending homelessness. What’s New This Year Some new features were added to the State of Homelessness 2019, including: Available Beds. We analyze the capacity of shelters and other temporary housing providers. On … Continue reading NAEH Releases Its 2019 ‘State of Homelessness’ Report
As of April 2019, the Southwest Regional Coalition is changing their scheduled meeting dates for the remainder of 2019. The official meeting day is now the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10AM. To see the adjusted dates, see the Coalition homepage, https://msbos.org/southwest/. To become a part of the Coalition's mailing list for meetings and … Continue reading Schedule Adjustments: Southwest Regional Coalition
The article originally appeared on the National Alliance to End Homelessness' Blog. The 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) tells us something we all should know by now: African Americans are glaringly overrepresented within the homelessness system. African Americans represent 13 percent of the general population but account for 40 percent of people experiencing homelessness … Continue reading Racial Disparities in the Homeless System: Moving Forward
The NHIP has completed a ranking of Homeless Continuums of Care using data from system performance measures submitted in 2017. The rankings divide CoCs into Higher, Average and Lower Performers with separate rankings for each of the three (3) geographic divisions of Continuums. The NHIP cautions against reading too much into the ranking since many … Continue reading NHIP Ranks Homeless Continua of Care
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today awarded approximately $2 billion to renew support to thousands of local homeless assistance programs across the nation. HUD's Continuum of Care grants will provide critically needed support to 5,800 local programs on the front lines of serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
Oak Arbor is hosting a 2-day diversion workshop will be held on Wed., Feb. 27 and Thurs. Feb. 28 2019. The event will be held the following location PRCC Lowery Woodall Center906 Sullivan DriveHattiesburg, MS Cost The price is $150 per person. Make checks and money orders payable to: Pine Belt Mental Healthcare ResourcesATTN: SSVFPO Box 18679Hattiesburg, … Continue reading TRAINING: DIVERSION WORKSHOP – FEB. 27TH-28TH
On Friday, January 18th, our CoC is planning a free, mandatory, one-day training to sharpen agency skills in implementing outreach and engagement related to the CoC Coordinated Entry Systems.
Homelessness ticked up slightly in 2018. A 0.3 percent increase in HUD’s Point-in-Time (PIT) count was the headline from December’s Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR). However, there were five other important takeaways from the release.
This article first appeared on the Department of Housing and Urban Development's website. WASHINGTON – Homelessness in the U.S. remained largely unchanged in 2018, according to the latest national estimate by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). HUD’s 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress found that 552,830 persons experienced homelessness on a single … Continue reading HUD Releases 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report