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Study: Housing the Homeless Can Drastically Cut the Government's Health Care Costs

For years, homeless advocates have argued that if governments put up money to house people, they will reap cost savings down the line. A new study appears to validate that argument. Housing for Health ... read more

‘We’re left in the dark’: As many industries get shutdown relief, those without political clout feel left behind

The lack of guidance from the White House on what services can be ... are drastically pared back. The Rural Housing Service, a $30 billion operation that funds construction, home loans and loan guaran... read more

Homeless people much more frequent users of emergency department and other health-care services

Single women who are homeless ... housing." "This very high intensity use by a relatively small number of homeless people can have a substantial impact on the health care system," Dr. Hwang said. He s... read more

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How the homeless population is changing: it’s older and sicker

What policymakers and the general public need to recognize is that the homeless are aging faster than the general population in the U.S. This shift in the demographics has major implications for how m... read more

Meet the Woman Who Thinks She's Found the Solution to Ending Homelessness

Haggerty estimates her efforts to place 105,000 homeless Americans into housing will save taxpayers $1.3 billion by cutting down on soaring health care costs associated with frequent hospital visits. ... read more

Number of homeless children and adults in America has increased

Poor health can contribute to being homeless, and being homeless can lead to poor health. Limited access to health care can make it ... themselves money. It costs less to treat people appropriately, i... read more

Single-payer health care system would cut costs for Minnesotans

That brochure footnotes research we commissioned with our partners in the study at the Lewin Group, a highly respected health care industry ... in much lower costs and healthier populations than in th... read more

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget: More money for education, Navigation Centers

On housing, Newsom proposed $500 million in state aid to cities to open Navigation Centers like those pioneered by San Francisco, where homeless people have access ... We all want universal health car... read more

New report claims city could save millions by providing lawyers to residents in eviction cases

the City of Philadelphia could save itself tens of millions of dollars in costs such as emergency housing, medical care and court time that can be avoided if renters have competent legal representatio... read more

Hospitals Make Housing the Homeless Part of Their Job

Hospitals in Sacramento, Calif., and around the country are taking steps to help homeless people find housing. Doing so, they say, will limit unnecessary ER visits and reduce wasteful health care spen... read more

High Rents, Low Wages and the Coming Homeless Surge

The NAEH study cautions that the plight of the homeless is likely to grow more acute because of low-paying jobs, high housing costs and the loss ... to accept a $15,000-a-year pay cut at her Washingto... read more

Instead of Criminalizing Homelessness, Utah Is Doing the Opposite — And It's Working

She was without a job and her daughter, Jamie, was struggling with mental health issues. She ended up in Salt Lake City, Utah, and feared she'd become homeless ... care costs. Another study out of Sea... read more

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