As treatment for HIV has improved over the years, federal funding dedicated to housing for HIV-positive people has not. Service providers are struggling to help new people in need as others continue to age and housing costs skyrocket.
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Maria Foscarinis, the founder and executive director of the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, explains why Ben Carson’s plans to end homelessness do not consider the actual needs of those experiencing homelessness.
The number of homeless people in Washington, D.C., dropped about 10 percent, from 8,350 in January 2016 to 7,473 last year. But I wouldn’t get… Read more »
Dr. Dennis Culhane’s (above, right) work as a University of Pennsylvania professor of social policy has been instrumental in housing policy. His research led to a federal… Read more »
Private landlords are meeting up to join with the D.C. Government to house homeless people. They are finding ways to help house DC’s 7,473 homeless population using vouchers along with other tactics.
Rally demonstrators called on Congress to repeal the sequester and approve a Senate bill that would increase funding to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).