Relationships are the alpha and omega of our work. Our successful track record and impact on homelessness would not be possible without the collaboration and support of our funders, clients, and strategic partners.
For three decades, we have applied $6,000,000 in federal technical assistance funding, along with many generous private grants, towards community- and county-level systems transformation aimed at ending homelessness and promoting access to affordable housing. Our funders have provided their unfailing support and strategic guidance throughout that process.
Our client relationships form the backbone of our efforts to support the development of effective community-based homelessness planning and response systems. Inclusive dialogue with our clients drives our understanding of community priorities and needs, and informs our public policy agenda at the national level.