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Federal legislation expands assistance for childcare and early childhood education for low-income families and families experiencing homelessness.
Second Wind Cottages provides small, single-occupancy homes and intensive case management to men in Newfield, New York.
Learn how a pioneer of street medicine works to heal homeless communities while encouraging others to join him in his mission.
Learn how one author turned his struggle with homelessness and depression into a book giving hope and empowering people experiencing homelessness.
The Empowerment Center in Reno, Nevada, provides a recovery-oriented system of care within a sober living facility for adult men and women.
After 15 years working abroad, photojournalist Susan Robens returned to Portland, Oregon, to focus her lens on homelessness in the United States.
Bud’s Warehouse and other job training programs in Denver help break the cycle of homelessness.
Learn how the Penn Center on Women’s Behavioral Wellness (PCWCW) provides treatment for women with behavioral health issues during pregnancy.
Learn how a California program helps build self-confidence in women experiencing homelessness through empowerment and skill development.
Learn about the Toiyabe Indian Health Project and its efforts to expand behavioral health services to Native youth and other Native populations in California.
Review recommendations for integrating peer support services into healthcare systems as promoted by the Affordable Care Act.
A Michigan program encouraged people who have or are experiencing homelessness tell their stories, a process that led many to gain skills needed for recovery.
Los Angeles, California, shelter responds to increase in single fathers experiencing homelessness with children ages 18 and under.
Homeless service providers in Fargo, North Dakota, partnered with police to better serve people experiencing homelessness with behavioral health issues.
The Carter Center’s Mental Health Program supports efforts to achieve parity, promote social inclusion, and influence public policy on mental health.
Learn how the Young People in Recovery (YPR) organization uses social media as a way of unifying the pathways to recovery for youth experiencing homelessness.
Author and child homelessness expert Ellen Bassuk discusses the expanding crisis of family and child homelessness and the need for greater efforts.
Learn how a 2012 report on mental health disparities faced by black Californians leveraged efforts to revise the state’s mental health delivery system.
Learn how the More Than Words program builds survival skills among youth experiencing homelessness by encouraging an interest in business.
Learn how the Affordable Care Act helps support women in recovery in Santa Cruz, CA.