The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness summarizes some of the latest research related to LGBTQ2S youth who experience homelessness, as well as case studies of innovative program models that are working alongside LGBTQ2S youth experiencing homelessness in Canada and the U.S.
LGBTQ youth are 120% more likely to experience homelessness than their straight and cisgender peers. True Colors United has created an online COVID-19 Action & Resource center providing the most up-to-date resources for LGBTQ youth and adults experiencing homelessness. They include resources for folxs working in the field, advocates, and people needing support.
This report documents disproportionately high rates of homelessness among people of color and contains findings and recommendations for organizational leaders, researchers, policymakers, and community members.
In this virtual event, speakers discuss engagement, treatment, and recovery supports for people experiencing homelessness.
Using SAMHSA’s National Guidelines as a framework, this paper explores issues that should be considered in the design and implementation of core crisis system components, with specific consideration of the needs of individuals who experience homelessness.