we believe homelessness should be:

Rare. Brief. Nonrecurring.


Everyone deserves a home.  It's with that belief in mind that we aim to create a community in which nobody has to live with homelessness.  Is it possible?  Yes.  With the right coordination, homelessness in our community can become a condition that is rare, brief and nonrecurring. Homelessness can be ended.

To accomplish this goal, the West Texas Homeless Network introduces Home Again West Texas, a system to help people experiencing homelessness find housing and assistance as quickly and efficiently as possible. 

 
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It takes a community.

Everyone has a role to play in housing our neighbors experiencing homelessness.

You don't have to be a service provider to connect someone to the resources they need.

If you encounter someone in need of housing, direct them to one of these entry points, where they will receive an assessment and will be directed to the agency that can best serve their needs.

 
 
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Veteran Challenge

We're putting the Home Again West Texas coordinated entry system to the test! We have a goal of ending veteran homelessness in Abilene.

The Veteran Challenge started on October 23, 2018 and ended January 31st, 2019.

Through the help of our community, we were not only able to end veteran homelessness in Abilene, but also be the ninth city in the U.S. to do so. Check out our page to see more information!

 
 

Get Involved

Your local community needs your help. We cannot fight against homelessness without your help and support. There are many ways to get involved and help give our most vulnerable neighbors a place to live.

 

Volunteer opportunities

Here you can sign up for local volunteer opportunities and help us impact our community.

Make a Donation

We cannot do this without your support. Help us make homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring.

 
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