Data can tell us who is on welfare, but not what it's like to to live in the system.
Homeless people are much more likely to contract COVID-19 — and to die from it — than the general population.
In California, most of the state’s 150,000 homeless people are living unsheltered, outside or in structures not meant for human habitation.
The goal is to reach out and help people before they lose their housing.
Workers connect qualifying callers with one-time emergency aid.
How is the nation's second-largest city thinking about its two biggest problems?
Families in the state are battling homelessness as a strong economy dominates their surroundings.
Despite a deepening crisis, not everybody is on board short-term fixes involving parking lots.
More than 1.3 million students were identified as homeless nationwide in 2017, according to federal data.
In Southern California, where homelessness is high, a new app gets better data.