This HEARTH brief describes how philanthropy can be instrumental in supporting the development of additional permanent supportive housing units and creating the systems by which this housing is targeted to persons with the highest needs, such as those who are most vulnerable, frequent users of emergency health care systems or frequently incarcerated.Read more
This brief describes how philanthropy can help local providers and communities reexamine the transitional housing stock in their community and determine what portion might be refocused or retooled to improve system outcomes, including shortening lengths of homelessness and improving permanent housing placements.Read more
This brief describes how philanthropy can be instrumental in supporting the development of more targeted prevention strategies that reach households most likely to become homeless and help direct prevention resources to divert people from shelter stays and entering homelessness.Read more
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