DC surveys homeless residents every year. What do the numbers tell us?
D.C. conducted its annual survey of residents experiencing homelessness, the Point-in-Time Count, on Jan. 25. While the numbers are crucial to measuring how effective the city’s plan to end homelessness is, advocates say the survey is likely an undercount.
How the rise of telehealth complicates the way people access health care
Two years since the onset of the pandemic, telehealth only continues to expand. While telehealth broadens the scope of healthcare for some healthcare workers and patients, it leaves others with concerns about the ability of people who have difficulty navigating this digital shift to access care.
We believe ending homelessness begins with listening to the stories of those who have experienced it.Subscribe