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Mayors Challenge

The Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness is a way to solidify partnerships and secure commitments to end Veteran homelessness from mayors across the country.

These communities have ended veteran homelessness
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Goal Achieved: Veteran Homelessness
View the communities that have successfully ended veteran homelessness on the right.
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First Lady Announces the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness
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Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness
View the announcement from First Lady Michelle Obama for the Mayors Challenge to end veteran Homelessness.
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84th Winter Meeting: Thursday Plenary Session
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84th Winter Meeting: Thursday Plenary Session
The call to action is for mayors to make a commitment to ending Veteran homelessness in their cities.
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Man helping homeless on street
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PIT and HIC Guides, Tools, and Webinars
Find more information about the Point-in-Time (PIT) count and the Housing Inventory Count (HIC).
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Information and Resources by Audience

Click on the links below to view Mayors Challenge information and resources by audience.

Everyone

 

Mayors and Staff

Wondering how we could really end homelessness among Veterans? Or do you want to know how you can get involved?

 

HUD, the US Interagency Council on Homelessness, US Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National League of Cities are calling on mayors to make a commitment to end Veteran homelessness in their cities. Get involved today!

 

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Corporate and Philanthropic Partners

Ending homelessness among Veterans cannot be accomplished by federal partners alone, but will require the partnership and commitment of each community’s homelessness response and housing system, including Veteran Service Organizations, community-based providers, faith-based organizations, public housing agencies, affordable housing operators, and many more.

 

Corporate and philanthropic partners can play an important role in rounding out the array of housing, services, and jobs available to Veterans experiencing homelessness.

Goal Achieved

Albany, NY
Austin, TX
Bergen County, NJ
Connecticut
Cumberland County/Fayetteville, NC
Des Moines, IA
Flagler County, FL
Hattiesburg, MS
Houston, TX
Lancaster City & County, PA
Las Cruces, NM
Las Vegas, NV
Long Island, NY
Lynn, MA
Mississippi Gulf Coast Region
Mobile, AL
Montgomery County, MD
New Orleans, LA
Philadelphia, PA
Reading/Berks County, PA
Rochester, NY
Rockford, IL
San Antonio, TX
Saratoga Springs, NY
Schenectady, NY
Syracuse, NY
Terrebonne Parish, LA
Troy, NY
Virginia
Volusia County/Daytona Beach, FL
Winston-Salem, NC