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Two-Generation Approach Best for Addressing Cyclical Homelessness and Poverty

The Denver Post published an investigative article shedding 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 absent from school, transfer schools, perform more poorly on tests, are left back and have low graduation rates. The consequence of […]

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 […]