The largest group of people experiencing homelessness is individual adults. Almost half of them are unsheltered, and African-Americans and Native Americans are overrepresented. But local, state, and federal responses to homelessness do not prioritize this population. This workshop will highlight the latest research about the characteristics and needs of individual adults experiencing homelessness, especially those who are not part of any prioritized subpopulation like veterans or youth, and emerging practices for ending their homelessness.