- A History of the Veteran’s Transitional Housing Program (VetTran): Metropolitan Homelessness...
- Community Voice Mail Spring Wire: Metropolitan Homelessness...
- Speaking From The Streets: “What is home?” Th...
- "Speaking from the Streets" Ana Dougherty- United World College, Las Vegas, NM: MHP is honored to share...
- Our New Volunteer Coordinator: We are proud to intro...
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Metropolitan Homelessness Project is celebrating its tenth anniversary in April 2014. For the next few months, we’ll explore our program history. This article features the VetTran Program, created in 2007 and managed by Program Director, David Sisneros. MHP applied for … Continue reading
Metropolitan Homelessness Project celebrates its tenth anniversary in April 2014. We’re looking back at our program history and we begin with Community Voice Mail, which began in 2007. Nichole Umbarger is the Program Manager for CVM and has contributed the … Continue reading
“What is home?” This is one of the powerful and complex questions Fiachra MacFadden ’13, Ireland/Singapore, and Ana Dougherty ’13, USA-NM, ask in their documentary Speaking from the Streets. The 20-minute film, produced entirely by the two second-year students, was … Continue reading
MHP is honored to share the work of Ana Dougherty and Fiachra MacFadden who are both second year students at United World College in Las Vegas, NM. Ana and Fiachra created a short documentary video to ask people experiencing homelessness in … Continue reading
We are proud to introduce Lisa Maury as our new Volunteer Coordinator for Albuquerque Opportunity Center (AOC). Lisa is a dedicated and passionate nonprofit professional in homelessness and has volunteered for us since 2011. She began working us as an … Continue reading
Metropolitan Homelessness Project celebrates its tenth anniversary in April 2014. We’re taking a look back at the last ten years with a series of interviews with people who have contributed mightily to our history, nourished our work and continue to … Continue reading
by Ken Jones This article originally published at Inspiration From Food. The names in this story have been changed for confidentiality purposes. I am always a little nervous when I make this approach. The man is short and slightly built. Black. … Continue reading
Help Us Make Survey Week A Success! Albuquerque Heading Home Survey Week will take place from January 28 through February 1, 2013. Survey Week is essential to the success of Albuquerque Heading Home. During Survey Week, volunteers will conduct surveys … Continue reading