Homelessness assistance programs provide funding to States and local governments and nonprofit providers to serve individuals and families across the United States who are affected by homelessness. Select among the tabs below to learn more about specific programs; application, data collection, and reporting systems; national, state, and local data and reports; and the populations affected by homelessness.
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The recent emergence of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) calls for enhanced cooperation between public health authorities, homeless service systems, and other partners at the local level. To support these partnerships and the vulnerable households served, relevant federal agencies are issuing guidance from subject matter experts on lessons learned from previous response efforts to infectious diseases. Access the latest information on the Disease Risks and Homelessness page.
Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) Webinar
CNCS is a federal agency that leads service, volunteering, and grant-making efforts in the United States. They help millions of Americans improve their lives and the lives of their fellow citizens through service. They work hand-in-hand with local partners to tap the ingenuity and can-do spirit of the American people to tackle our country's most pressing challenges. Some of their programs include AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and the Volunteer Generation Fund.