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Safe Housing for Domestic Violence Survivors Is More Than Shelter

by Peg Hacskaylo, District Alliance for Safe Housing; Suzanne Marcus, District Alliance for Safe Housing; Anne Menard, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence; and Cris Sullivan, PhD,…

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Five Facts about Housing Access for LGBT People

by Maya Brennan, Ally Livingston, and Veronica Gaitán
Our homes provide access to job markets, schools, health care, and economic opportunities. We build our lives on this foundation, yet,…

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The Viability of Shelter-Based Opioid Treatment for Homeless Parents

Treating opioid use disorder among homeless families can reduce hepatitis C transmission, infant drug withdrawal, and overdose, which is the leading cause of death among people experiencing…

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Housing First Enhanced with Antiracism Practices Can Improve Housing Stability

Because of known differences in health care experiences and outcomes by race and ethnicity, researchers in Toronto tested the effectiveness of a Housing First program enhanced with antiracism and…

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What Strategies Prevent Tenant Evictions?

Tenant evictions—which can stem from financial, social, health, or other factors—can be traumatic and often cause homelessness. A history of unstable housing can also contribute to increased risk…

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Why Domestic Violence Organizations Are Core Partners for Housing Providers

by Veronica Gaitán
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in three women and one in four men have experienced physical violence by a partner. Survivors of domestic…

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How Does Homelessness Affect Educational Outcomes of Children in Florida?

There were 33,889 homeless schoolchildren in Florida during the 2007–08 school year, including children temporarily doubled up with others and children staying in hotels, motels, shelters,…

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Secure and Healthy Housing Situations: Can the Proposed Budget Deliver?

by Maya Brennan and Veronica Gaitán
“A secure, healthy housing situation is a foundation on which families can establish economic security, improve their quality of life, and form strong…

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How Common Is Homelessness in Emergency Departments?

Homeless people have higher rates of hospital and emergency department use than the general population and often suffer from serious conditions upon admittance, resulting in high medical costs and…

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Five Homelessness Trends from 2017 and What They Could Mean for 2018

by Veronica Gaitán
In 2017, communities across the nation experienced a housing affordability crisis, high rental demand, a wave of major natural disasters, and tax uncertainty. According to the US…

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