Atlanta’s annual count of people facing homelessness is underway. The point in time or PIT count happens each January and determines federal funding.
Educators say helping homeless students find a stable address is incredibly important. But before that can happen, there has to be agreement that kids are even homeless in the first place.
Temperatures will drop into the mid teens Thursday night and stay below freezing that way through the weekend. In order to help those without adequate housing, state and local officials are opening warming centers.
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the life Joseph Kromelis, Chicago's famous "Walking Man", and the harsh conditions that many unhoused people live with every day.
After years of steady declines, levels of homelessness in the U.S. began rising again during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proven strategies are being used to reduce homelessness, even if they are facing new challenges.
Various counties across central Florida are opening up various shelters for the general population. Here are some of the resources being made available for the homeless.
A state Senate study committee heard from nonprofit and state agencies about a homelessness problem that’s been complicated by out-of-control housing costs, bureaucratic red tape and disagreements over the best ways to help.
Los Angeles has opened a sanctioned tent encampment to help provide services amid an ongoing homelessness crisis. Some are concerned about the high cost of providing a camping spot in a parking lot.