THN recognizes the long-term and continued impacts of slavery. For example, in homeless services, we know that the African American population makes up more than
We lead Texas communities to make homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring.
What We Do
Texas Homeless Network (THN) is a non-profit membership-based organization helping communities strategically plan to prevent and end homelessness. THN works to end homelessness in Texas by collaborating with all communities, large and small, across the state to build systems to achieve this goal. We coordinate local and national advocacy efforts, data collection and research, host an annual statewide conference, and serve as the host agency for the Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care (CoC) where we assist in the coordination of programs and funding.
Our Focus Areas
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Our Impact Over the Last Year
How We Do It
The strength of our agency comes from our supporters – our donors, members, staff, volunteers, directors, and board. With your backing, we can build more robust programs, create enhanced member incentives, and provide more education opportunities for Texans. But most importantly, your donation supports our mission to make homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring in Texas. Along with your donation, our work is funded by:
Our Latest Work
What happened in the 87th Texas legislative session? By: Nick Thompson, THN Statewide Initiatives Manager As the session began in January, we were hopeful that
Can’t make rent due to the pandemic? You’re likely still protected. THN Staff are not attorneys and are not giving legal advice. If you feel
Understanding the Diversity within Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities and Responding to Housing Insecurity and Homelessness
Understanding the Diversity within Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities and Responding to Housing Insecurity and Homelessness By: Linda Xiong “Our ultimate objective in learning
Earth Day 2021: Climate Change and the Impact on Homelessness By: Cindy Ramirez Everything is bigger in Texas… and that unfortunately also applies to the