From Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness <[email protected]>
Subject ACEH Weekly Digest
Date November 2, 2023 5:50 AM
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Volunteer Opportunities!

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** Homeless Prevention & Response System
Weekly Digest

** Upcoming Volunteer Events!
You can make a difference in the lives of our unsheltered neighbors. Join us as we assemble outreach kits for people sleeping outside. Kits include essentials such as hygiene products, snacks, basic first aid, etc.
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** ACEH Highlights
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** got an update!
Our website doesn’t just have a brand-new look. We also added an Advocacy page where you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions, quick facts about homelessness in Anchorage, tangible ways to get involved, and more!

We want your feedback.
Please take a moment to browse around and send your thoughts to [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) .
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** November Outreach Schedule

** Tuesdays at Cuddy Park, 1 - 3:30 PM
Thursdays at Davis Park, 1 - 3:30 PM

(No pop-up scheduled Thursday, November 23rd Due to Thanksgiving.)

Services & resources available while supplies last:
* Basic Resources
* Coordinated Entry Assessments & Updates
* Basic Medical

Want to get involved? Contact [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
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** National Highlights
2023 US Department of Housing and Urban Development

** New and Enhanced Homelessness Assistance Pages
View the following new and updated landing pages as you explore the homelessness assistance resources, tools, and training available on the HUD Exchange:
* Homelessness Assistance ([link removed])
* Homelessness Programs ([link removed])
+ CoC: Continuum of Care Program ([link removed])
+ ESG: Emergency Solutions Grants Program ([link removed])
+ YHDP: Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program ([link removed])
+ Title V Federal Surplus Property for Use to Assist the Homeless ([link removed])
* Homelessness Assistance Systems ([link removed])
+ HDX: Homelessness Data Exchange ([link removed])
+ HMIS: Homeless Management Information System ([link removed])
+ Sage: Sage HMIS Reporting Repository ([link removed])
* Homelessness Strategic Priorities ([link removed])
* Homelessness Data ([link removed])

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National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)

** Center for Learning Launches YouTube Channel
The Alliance’s Center for Learning has launched a YouTube channel ([link removed]) to provide practical how-to resources for homeless response.

This channel was created in response to feedback requesting online training that is easier to access, quicker to absorb, and features the voices of colleagues from across the homeless response sector.
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National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC)

** Teachers Are Increasingly Unable to Afford Housing
An article ([link removed]) published by EdSurge shares the story of Carrie Rodgers, a long-time educator in Eagle County, Colorado, who has struggled to stay stably housed in her rural community. The article discusses the impact of the lack of affordable housing on Rodgers’s career as an educator, as well as her need to hold additional jobs to afford housing and her worries about falling behind on others bills. The article foregrounds the increasing anxiety felt by educators who are trying to afford housing in their communities and draws attention to the fact that many teachers are forced to move away from their teaching districts and that, in consequence, more schools are struggling to retain teachers. The article also highlights the impacts of reduced teacher retention rates on students of color and other students who are often marginalized. “Teachers have been found to be the single most important
in-school determinant of a student’s success,” explains the article. “Yet when they leave, some students are more likely to suffer than others, according to decades of data: students of color, English language learners, students from low-income families, and students with disabilities are more likely to be taught by inexperienced and less-qualified educators.” Read the article here ([link removed]) .

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