Year: 2016

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Two-Generation Approach Best for Addressing Cyclical Homelessness and Poverty

The Denver Post published an investigative article (Trying to Live, Trying to Learn: Homelessness on the Rise by Jennifer Brown). The article can be viewed here.  This article sheds light on the physical, psychological and emotional effects of homelessness on school-aged children. Without stable housing, nutritious food, clean clothing and transportation, homeless children are frequently […]

A Safe Place to Call Home

(February 5, 2016) – I recently had an unexpected visit from a woman from the community in dire need. She was desperate for a place to live and a way to support herself as she and her six year old son were going to be evicted from their temporary shelter. She looked very professional, had a […]