What We Do
The Coalition advocates, educates, organizes, and takes action.
The Coalition on Homelessness is a coordinating force on budget and policy decisions which directly affect the lives and futures of people who are homeless and the kind of community we all live in.
We work tirelessly to advance reasonable solutions and solid program models; to protect and strengthen the civil rights and dignity of people who are homeless and poor; and to accomplish legislative victories that promote housing, human services, and the public good at the local, state and federal levels. To learn more about the Coalition’s history, click here.
We do not provide direct services or housing.
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Project Cool for Back-to-School
Homeless Voter Registration and Education
Policy Advocacy and Public Education
Training and Professional Development
Understanding Educational Rights of Students Experiencing Homelessness