House the Homeless seeks to educate individuals, organizations, businesses, unions, churches, policy makers, and others about the needs and interests of persons experiencing homelessness as well as provide plausible solutions and shedding light on the many myths about homelessness.
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Read about “The Home Coming” Bronze Statues
Watch the video from the Dedication/Blessing ceremony at the Basicilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. held on October 1, 2022.video credit: Matthew Gossage Homecoming-Brochure-FINALDownload
FY 23 Budget Chart for Selected Federal Housing ProgramsDownload
This week we turn from regretting the current housing situation to exploring a couple of intriguing ideas. For CityLab.com, Kriston Capps articulated one of America’s frequently-asked questions: There’s vacant property everywhere, and there are homeless people...
The homeless tell us that they feel invisible The Home Coming is a project to create life-sized bronze sculptures to complement and humanize the Homeless Memorial which has existed in on Auditorium Shores on Lady Bird Lake, Austin, Texas for over two decades. The...
Richard R. Troxell, president and CEO of House the Homeless, Inc. has taken a step to put a “face” on homelessness when he conceived of and first sculpted his miniature statues (see description and photos below) of a Veteran and his daughter having a chance encounter...