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Case Studies

As Extreme Heat Intensifies, Broader Cooling Solutions Are Needed

Santa Fe: Spearheading a multi-site program to address homelessness

Kelowna, BC: Collaborating to build rapid, supportive shelter community

Attainable Housing: The Real Solution to the Affordable Housing Crisis

Everett, WA: Creating safe, restorative spaces for unhoused families

Denver: Providing warm, safe shelter to welcome the New Year

Everett: Springing into action in emergency evacuation

Housing as Public Safety White Paper 

Post-Disaster Housing Continuum Infographic 

Housing is Infrastructure White Paper

Housing as Healthcare White Paper

Housing Continuum Infographic

Taking Action in Florida, to Inspire Hope and Support Unhoused Neighbors

Huntington, WV Utilizes Pallet’s PathForward™ to Implement Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)

How Pallet’s PathForward™ Helped Northglenn, CO Take the Next Steps for Emergency Shelter

Creating Safe and Durable Shelter to Withstand Vermont's Bitter Cold

San Gabriel Valley: Coming Together to Shelter Unhoused Neighbors

How to Overcome Zoning and Land Use Barriers to Build Shelter Villages

How To Gain Community Support For New Shelter Villages

How to Overcome Funding Barriers to Build Pallet Shelter Villages

Dedicating Resources for more Impactful Solutions to Homelessness in Chula Vista, CA

Columbia, SC Case Study- Dignity with Speed in Columbia

Madison, WI Case Study- Finding Innovative Ways to Provide Shelter

Tulalip, WA Case Study- A Washington Tribe is Healing from Within

Gaining Community Support to Help Local and Unsheltered People in Burlington, Vermont

Staying Safe in Vancouver, Washington

Fayetteville: A Fresh Start

Village for Vets: Uplifting At-Risk Veterans

Grand Junction: Building for people and pets

Boston: Shelter built fast for severe weather

Esperanza Villa: Creating a complete Pallet community

Los Angeles: 1,200+ new beds for unhoused neighbors

Riverside: City’s shelter capacity expands

San Jose: Supporting homeless families and going green

Sonoma County: Emergency shelters built in 10 days

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