Implementing problem-solving strategies such as diversion and rapid-exit practices to avert and end people’s homelessness at the access points to your homeless response system is critical. These problem-solving strategies reduce the in-flow of people into your system, stops people from experiencing homelessness, and helps conserve resources for people who have no other housing alternatives. Learn the core components of diversion and rapid exit practices and how communities operationalize these system-wide strategies within their Continuums of Care to serve individuals, families, youth, and veterans.