Creating Communities

Metropolis Magazine: In America, nineteen million low-income families are “housing insecure.” Housing specialist Katie Swenson discusses different strategies to begin tackling this urgent issue.

Architects rethinking design of housing for formerly homeless residents

NPR: On any given night, tens of thousands of people across the United States are living on the streets.

Many advocates are pushing for a new model, permanent supportive housing, to reduce homelessness. The model prioritizes a stable place to live and has been shown to keep people from falling back into homelessness.

California using healthcare dollars to run housing for homeless

Healthcare Finance News: The state is asking the federal government for permission to use Medicaid money to help put the most medically fragile homeless people in housing.

How Homelessness Is Shifting in Los Angeles

Skid Row Land Rush: Now It’s One of the Pricier Sections of L.A.

L.A. leaders vow to end homelessness among veterans this year

The trick is to treat homeless people like any other tenant

Young advocate reveals the rewards of helping L.A.’s homeless

Skid Row health care includes housing patients

Skid row doctor’s care includes finding patients a home