Built for Zero


JANUARY 2015 – JANUARY 2019: Total individuals housed represents the un-duplicated number of veteran and chronically homeless individuals housed through our initiatives. Learn more >

Campaign to end veteran and chronic homelessness

Built for Zero is a national initiative organized by New York-based nonprofit Community Solutions with 70 communities collectively housing more than 60,000 homeless Americans since January 2015.

Tulsa is one of these 70 participating communities. Through Built for Zero, formerly known as Zero: 2016, Community Solutions is supporting participating cities such as Tulsa in optimizing local resources, tracking progress against monthly housing goals and accelerating the spread of proven strategies.

The national movement //

Homelessness is a solvable problem that has lost its sense of urgency. Built for Zero is a rigorous national change effort designed to help a core group of committed US and Canadian communities end chronic and veteran homelessness. Learn more about the Built for Zero’s national effort.

Our work in the news //

The Tulsa City & County/Broken Arrow team //

For More Information //

Erin Willis, Coordinator
918-699-4227 | ewillis@csctulsa.org

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A Way Home for Tulsa, coordinated by the Community Service Council, is the lead partner for Built for Zero Tulsa

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