Your browser is ancient! This site is not intended for display in out-of-date browsers. To access the site, please upgrade to a different browser.

Resident Organizing Networks

Resident Organizing Networks (RONs) are organizing initiatives to center the wisdom of people with lived experiences of homelessness and housing insecurity in statewide advocacy and legislative processes. A learning team formed by Innovation Network, Clark University, and Grassroots Solutions partnered with Community Change’s Housing Justice Team and four RONs on a project to describe what this innovative model looks like and what it takes to build and sustain it. This report shares detailed findings from the project, about current successes, the approaches the model uses and examples of how the different RONs actualize them, and common lessons regarding what it takes to do this work well.

View Resource