Homeless in America
On June 28, CityLab is taking part in a national conversation about the homeless crisis, and possible solutions.
Emergency shelters-of-last-resort are being squeezed out of America’s downtowns. And the federal government isn’t likely to help them out.
Providing decent shelter for people experiencing homelessness is both a political and practical challenge.
The country’s most expensive rental market grapples with high rents, homelessness, and the politics of Bay Area tenant activism.
With a new resident social worker, the Brooklyn Public Library is pushing staff and patrons toward a culture of inclusivity.
Communities like Antioch, where homelessness has spiked in recent years, haven’t been prepared to handle the growing need.
One nonprofit wants to reward results, and change the funding model in the process.
The permanent supportive housing model includes community spaces, a clinic, and a cafe, and aims to help residents put down roots.
What lessons could Seattle draw from their success?
Why we’re sharing stories about homelessness today.
Say hello to Title V, a shockingly sensible way to tap into a vast amount of property sitting unused in American cities.