“100-Day Challenges are part of a growing national movement to prevent and end youth homelessness.”
100-Day Challenges are an onramp to the movement to prevent and end homelessness among youth and young adults with A Way Home America. We are building upon the national goals laid out in Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness and aligning with USICH’s criteria and benchmarks.
The premise of the Rapid Results Approach is that innovation in both programs and systems is required to solve complex issues and that the discovery of solutions will emerge when the right people are in the room and feeling inspired, empowered, and supported to achieve seemingly impossible goals. We design the choreography of the community engagements and the 100-Day journeys of the teams to create the optimal conditions in which this can happen.