This edition of UNITY’s regular newsletter includes counting those living on the streets of New Orleans; UNITY’s new structure, the Dr. Everett and Melva Williams Building; and a homeless man creating a display in his new home of collected small objects in a backpack for 10 years.
UNITY’s regular newsletter: includes housing a young family and making connections to house the chronically homeless
UNITY’s regular newsletter: includes PIT count numbers showing an 80% reduction in homelessness since 2007 and a piece about homeless schoolchildren.
The City of New Orleans’ strategic master plan to prevent, reduce and end homelessness.
UNITY’s report on current number of homeless persons in New Orleans and Jefferson Parish and current efforts to effectively end homelessness in the community.
UNITY Abandoned Buildings Outreach Team’s findings and recommendations regarding the crisis of homelessness in the 55,000 abandoned buildings throughout New Orleans.
Federal plan to end homelessness in the next 10 years.
UNITY receives 2010 Nonprofit Sector Award from the National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)
Hurricane Katrina Fourth Anniversary Edition
UNITY confronts crisis of elderly homelessness
UNITY of Greater New Orleans Press Conference to release findings from the February 19, 2008 Claiborne Encampment Survey. The survey was designed to identify housing and health care needs of people sleeping in the Claiborne Encampment.