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President Biden Launches ALL INside to Reduce Homelessness


The Biden Administration has announced ALL INside, a nationwide plan to reduce homelessness by 25% in two years. 

To kickstart the program, the administration has chosen five cities and one state to focus on. 

What Will the Program Do? 

The six places that the Biden Administration has chosen to kickstart ALL INside are: 

  • Chicago 
  • Dallas 
  • Pheonix 
  • Seattle
  • Los Angeles 
  • State of California 

The US Interagency Council on Homelessness and its partner federal agencies will collaborate with state and local governments to reduce homelessness in the selected areas. 

To achieve the intended goal, the Biden-Harris Adminstration will help the six areas by: 

  • Appoint a federal official in each city/state to assist with locally-driven changes on a systemic level to reduce the homeless population 
  • Deploy a team of federal officials to identify regulatory relief, navigate federal funding, and facilitate a peer network 
  • Streamlining partnerships with the private sector to find opportunities for collaborations

Aside from getting the unsheltered community inside, the White House will also work with federal agencies to provide other services. 

According to the Biden Administration, those services will include: 

  • The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will help to provide Medicaid, housing-related services, and behavioral healthcare
  • The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Department of Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Adminstration, and HHS will help to provide government-issued IDs and other documents 
  • For jobs, the US Department of Labor will connect homeless communities with employment opportunities 

In terms of funding, ALL INside will expand on the $2.5 billion in homeless prevention from the American Rescue Plan and the $486 million from HUD.

While Los Angeles has been vocal and active about reducing homelessness, the need for federal assistance isn’t lost on local lawmakers. 

To read the full plan, click here

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