The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) Speak Up! program empowers formerly homeless individuals to use their personal stories as an advocacy tool in the fight to end homelessness. Importantly, people who have experienced homelessness can help to inform and improve homeless services and systems, and through their stories communicate how housing
ends homelessness.

Learn more about the Speak Up! program, which was launched in partnership with A Community of Friends, Housing Works, Skid Row Housing Trust, the Coalition for Responsible Community Development, Clifford Beers Housing, Survivors’ Truths, and with support from the United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.