by Alex Zielinski Jun 29, 2016
"It's about meeting our patients where they're at, both physically and mentally."
by Alex Zielinski Jun 27, 2016
The story of a small program that could ignite a movement to uproot drug addiction’s tightening grip on the country.
by Kira Lerner Jun 15, 2016
“We’re concerned about unreasonable detentions, possibly even arrests.”
by Bryce Covert Jun 1, 2016
Both the city and the homeless benefitted from bringing them into a safe place.
"I need to motivate this council and leaders to be real human beings... Get out of your castle and go down on the street."
by Casey Quinlan May 30, 2016
A new GAO report explains what the department of education can do to help homeless students attend college.
by Rachel Cain May 27, 2016
The state joins a number of places criminalizing panhandling.
by Bryce Covert May 27, 2016
"The police take advantage of our powerlessness as homeless people," one homeless person said.
by Alan Pyke May 4, 2016
Akron police have told Hill he’s a “stain on society” and should “get a fucking job,” according to the lawsuit.
by Alan Pyke Apr 21, 2016
Mayor Eric Garcetti's new budget gives a more detailed glimpse at the city's initial efforts in what promises to be a decade-long campaign to end homelessness.