Posted on · The Coalition for the Homeless has a plan to end homelessness in the Houston area by bringing everyone together.
Posted on · An annual survey shows a 60 percent reduction since 2011, and credit is being given to an effort that provides permanent housing and support services. Yet many homelsss people are still visible on Houston's streets.
Posted on · Earlier this month, Mayor Sylvester Turner launched an initiative that encourages giving to organizations that assist the homeless — instead of giving to panhandlers. With downtown Houston as a backdrop, the mayor unveiled a billboard for a campaign called "Meaningful Change – Not Spare Change." As News 88.7's Florian Martin reported, the mayor said while […]
Posted on · Houston has reduced its homeless population by about half, but the mayor says that's not enough. The city is announcing a six-point plan to permanently house the homeless.
Posted on · The Houston Coalition for the Homeless used a more thorough methodology this year.