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Early Results from the 100-Day Challenge to End Youth Homelessness

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We’re about 90 days into the 100-Day Challenge to End Youth Homelessness – an initiative to accelerate work to end youth homelessness in Austin, Cleveland, and Los Angeles. Organized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, A Way Home America, the Rapid Results Institute, and local leaders from the three cities, the 100-Day Challenge is nearing the finish line. And results are already pouring in!

A Way Home America is tracking the results and will be updating us bi-monthly as the data continues to roll in. Also – two members of the National Youth Forum on Homelessness, Terrance Walker and Phoebe VanCleefe, have been following the work in the three communities in a series of podcasts in collaboration with T3. We’re excited to share the second part of this three-episode series (if you missed episode one, you can listen here). In this episode, Terrance and Phoebe “share their reflections on how innovation unleashes creativity, the impact of racism alongside our efforts to #endyouthhomelessness and general advice to ‘Reach for something that doesn’t necessarily look like what we’ve been doing’ as we move forward.”

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