“100-Day Challenges are part of a growing national movement to prevent and end youth homelessness.”
100-Day Challenges are an onramp to the movement to prevent and end homelessness among youth and young adults with A Way Home America. We are building upon the national goals laid out in Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness and aligning with USICH’s criteria and benchmarks.
The AWHA Community Dashboard aims to help each community, and our movement, measure our progress on effectively ending youth homelessness in an easy-to-understand visual. We will ensure the Community Dashboard aligns with the USICH Criteria and Benchmarks, once finalized by USICH and its federal partners.
The AWHA Youth Homelessness Initiatives interactive map aims to provide a comprehensive view of the innovative work being done to #EndYouthHomelessness across the country using a coordinated community approach. This map specifically highlights organizations, initiatives, and coalitions either advancing a coordinated community response to youth and young adult homelessness, bringing multiple agencies, programs, or systems together to solve the problem, or which are advancing new and innovative solutions.