Permanent Supportive Housing with Housing First to Reduce Homelessness and Promote Health among Homeless Populations with Disability: A Community Guide Systematic Review


Santa Clara, California’s study of the Cost of Homelessness in Silicon Valley
The National Alliance to End Homelessness declares that homelessness can be surprisingly costly for taxpayers. Fortunately, socially-responsible, cost-effective solutions exist.


The cheapest way to end homelessness is ridiculously simple, according to the largest-ever US study

The Economic Roundtable, underwritten by the County of Santa Clara, California, just came out with the largest study on homelessness in American history. Read more:

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