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Vol 39 No 4 – Young Children and Families Experiencing Homelessness

mom and baby experiencing homelessness on street

At any age or stage of life, homelessness brings a host of risks and vulnerabilities to affected individuals, but infants and toddlers are of particular concern.

 

In this issue of the Journal, we explore how inadequate and unstable housing is linked to health, developmental, and emotional problems. The authors describe a range of approaches being used to create networks of protective factors through collaborative partnerships, effective policies, and innovative practices.

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