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How You Can Help to End Hunger and Homelessness

Hunger and homelessness are issues that require support year round. There are many things that you can do to make a direct impact on our community and...
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Advocacy and Our Work

I am very fortunate to do the work that I do because it lays at the intersection of my passion and the world’s need. Not everyone is as fortunate and...
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Race and Homelessness

Structural racism is a hot topic these days. And in some instances, it can be hard to visualize the structures that oppress particular races or even...
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Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Homelessness

Varying definitions of homelessness make it difficult to quantify the exact number of Americans who experience homelessness in their lifetime. Point...
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Hostile By Design

Have you ever noticed seemingly-random spikes on sidewalks or ledges outside of a building? Or wondered why benches have metal separators that limit...
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Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week 2021

We believe that housing is a basic human right. Everyone deserves a place to call home – it’s that simple.
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Featured Trainer: Ryan Villagran

Meet Ryan Villagran, MSW, our Featured Housing First University Trainer. Ryan is our Training Specialist at Housing First University. Question: What...
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Introducing our Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report & Financials

Despite the challenges we’ve faced throughout this fiscal year related to the global COVID-19 pandemic, we have continued to grow stronger...
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Introducing Pathways Housing Wellness Corporation

Philadelphia is a city of abandoned lots, houses that are shells of their former selves, and people experiencing homelessness. We launched Pathways...
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Celebrating Three Years of Permanent Housing

In August, 2018. I was housed in a City Safe Haven, Project HOME’s Woman of Change. I've been before, several times. I met the criteria. In order to...