City of Madison

Local government officials announce location for permanent men’s homeless shelter

New location, 1902 Bartillon Drive, will provide men experiencing homelessness with specialized, dignified services

UW-Madison Campus

People of UW: Founder of Feed the Change shares how working with Madison’s homeless population changed his approach to life

Stories of students: Come back next week for more stories about students making difference on campus

City of Madison

McPike Park homeless encampment to close, city working to find other solutions

'We just want to be able to find places for people to go that are safe housing options for everyone,' city alder says

City of Madison

Pandemic, polar vortex do not hinder Madison’s homeless shelters

The Beacon and The Salvation Army offer pandemic success stories

City of Madison

New tiny house village to be built for Madison’s homeless

'So far the neighborhood, while initially surprised, has been pretty supportive,' says Occupy Madison Co-President

City of Madison

Dane County launches plan to protect homeless amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Elements of plan include securing sufficient housing accommodations, providing food, transportation services

City of Madison

Dane County books hotel rooms to ensure safe social distancing for homeless

'Complacency is not an option right now,' homeless shelter director says

State of Wisconsin

Evers proposes two coronavirus relief packages for state

First relief package aims to eliminate one-week waiting period for unemployment insurance

Column

Street medicine provides accessible healthcare for the most vulnerable populations

Urban homeless populations struggle to access adequate healthcare, but expansion of healthcare programs show promise

Column

Winter is right around the corner, heightening need for homelessness support

With cold winter ahead, students facing food, shelter insecurity will need support — laws must be implemented quickly

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