The Pathways Forward Challenge

Ending homelessness requires that systems more effectively and equitably connect all unstably housed people to employment and the income needed for housing stability.

The National Center on Employment and Homelessness (NCEH) at Heartland Alliance, with generous funding from the Oak Foundation and Melville Charitable Trust, will support up to five communities in advancing systems change ideas that increase employment among people experiencing homelessness. Selected Pathways Forward communities will receive financial resources, technical assistance, and connections to peer learning opportunities in order to implement their ideas over a two and a half year project period. Our aim is to spur bold systems changes that more effectively and equitably connect homeless and unstably housed jobseekers to employment.

Visit the Full Pathways Forward Site to Learn More & See the Communities Selected.