Supporting Families Experiencing Homelessness

Tens of thousands of family households experience homelessness every year in the United States, and young children facing homelessness have increased risks of poor health, developmental delays, academic underachievement, and behavioral and mental health challenges. This resource page offers a series of research briefs, guides, tips sheets, webinars, policy statements, tools, and other materials designed to help leaders in states across the U.S. better understand homelessness and the needs of their communities. The resources also offer a variety of data-driven recommendations for leaders hoping to connect and engage with families who have experienced homelessness and better serve the needs of their most vulnerable.

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