What Do “Stay-at-Home” Orders Mean for Families in Unsafe or Unrepaired Homes?

Because staying at home is the best chance to slow the pandemic’s spread, policymakers can step in to ensure all homes are safe for families.

It’s Time to Reinforce the Housing Safety Net by Adopting Universal Vouchers for Low-Income Renters

We could soon see a wave of stories about people who were housed at the beginning of the pandemic but who lost their housing after the eviction moratorium was lifted.

Immediate Federal Action Is Needed to Keep People Housed in the Face of the Pandemic

Tools are in place that can work if Congress acts fast and with clarity.

What HUD’s Proposed Rule Gets Wrong about Fair Housing

It negates the considerable federal investments made to roll out the 2015 rule and ignores evidence of ongoing racial discrimination, residential segregation, and barriers to opportunity in the US.

How Programs Addressing Homelessness Can Prepare for the Coronavirus

People experiencing homelessness may be particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.

Housing First Is Working in Denver. The City Needs More of It.

Increasing homeless populations are not unique to coastal cities like San Francisco.

How to Put Racial Equity at the Center of Neighborhood Investment

New investments can revitalize historically excluded neighborhoods, but planners must prioritize racial equity.

We Can End Homelessness through Housing First Interventions

Partisan debates surrounding homelessness have overlooked evidence showing how to end it.

How San Antonio Is Boosting Its Supply of Quality Early Child Care and Education

Local organizations united to address the lack of affordable early care and education in San Antonio's Eastside.

To Unleash Housing Supply, Allow and Finance Accessory Dwelling Units

Accessory dwelling units can help expand affordable housing supply in cities with high demand.