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August 25, 2015
New Shelter for Homeless Youth Begins Construction
KUTV reports on the construction of a new Homeless Youth Center. View More >
August 25, 2015
Wisconsin Looks to Utah’s Housing First Model
Recently, Madison.com reported on Utah’s efforts to end homelessness. View More >
August 5, 2015
The Road Home’s Annual Chili Cook-off
City Weekly reports on The Road Home’s event The Great Salt Lake Chili Affair. View More >
August 5, 2015
Homeless Population Has Various Reasons For Declining Shelter
KSL speaks about the reasons people choose to sleep outside of the shelter. View More >
August 4, 2015
New Road Home Community Winter Shelter Construction Making Progress
The Deseret News reports on the construction of The Road Home’s new winter overflow shelter. View More >
July 31, 2015
How Some Innovative Ways Nonprofits Responded to the Recession
The Nonprofit Quarterly speaks the impact the recession had on nonprofits and the creative ways in which nonprofits responded to a decrease in funding. View More >
July 28, 2015
City Announces Plan to Combat Drug Trafficking Around Rio Grande
The Salt Lake Tribune reports on police efforts to reduce drug trafficking around Rio Grande. View More >
July 22, 2015
The Apple Tree Program
The Apple Tree program helps children experiencing homelessness with supplies they need to go back-to-school. View More >
July 21, 2015
Tips on How to Create a Better Non-Profit Website
Verité offers a quick list of important things to remember when creating a non-profit website. We are so grateful for the opportunity to work with Verité. View More >
July 11, 2015
Study Conducted on Most Effective Methods of Helping Homeless
The Atlantic reports on a three-year-long study done by the Department of Housing and Urban Development on the effectiveness of three types of ways to help families that are homeless. View More >
July 6, 2015
Housing First Model Utilized By the Road Home
@theU reports on the Housing First model used by The Road Home and the role of the University of Utah’s College of Social Work Program’s impact on the model. View More >
May 28, 2015
Deseret News Reports on Wells Fargo Grant
Deseret News reports on the grant that Wells Fargo awarded The Road Home and the Community Foundation of Utah, totaling $500,000 to help provide housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. View More >
May 27, 2015
The Salt Lake Tribune Reports on Wells Fargo Grant
The Salt Lake Tribune reports on the grant that Wells Fargo awarded The Road Home and the Community Foundation of Utah, totaling $500,000 to help provide housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. View More >
May 27, 2015
KUER Reports on Wells Fargo Grant
KUER reports on the grant that Wells Fargo awarded The Road Home and the Community Foundation of Utah, totaling $500,000 to help provide housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. View More >
May 22, 2015
Political Capitol Reports on Affordable Housing in Salt Lake City
Affordable housing for low-income families is a hot topic all across the nation. Political Capitol reports on what the reality of low-income housing in Salt Lake City looks like. View More >
May 13, 2015
MIDotaur Show Breaking Myths about the Mortgage Interest Deduction
Recently on the MIDotaur Show Sheila Crowley, the National Low Income Housing Coalition representative, discussed the mythes about the Mortgage Interest Deduction. View More >
May 10, 2015
The Salt Lake Tribune Reports on the Homeless Site Commission.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports on the Homeless Site Commission. View More >
May 10, 2015
Frank Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb Discuss Big Issues for the Upcoming Mayoral Election
Frank Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb discuss some of the big issues that will play a key role in the upcoming mayoral election. View More >
May 7, 2015
Sam Tsemberis Had a "Crazy" Idea to End Homelessness, and It's Working
Sam Tsemberis, a psychologist working at Columbia University Medical Center, had an innovative idea that many thought were crazy but is now ending homelessness. Huffington Post reports. View More >
May 5, 2015
Deseret News Reports on Salt Lake Residents Feelings About Moving Homeless Services
Deseret News reports on a recent poll of how Salt Lake residents feel about moving homeless services from downtown. View More >
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