|Date:||Oct 12, 2018|
|Author(s):||Diane Bessell, Homeless Alliance of Western New York|
|Topic(s):||Housing / Neighborhoods: Homelessness, Poverty / Income Inequality: General|
Ending family homelessness will require a wide variety of community-based strategies to ensure that every member of each family experiencing homelessness is offered the services and supports they need to thrive. Following engagement with homeless families and health and human service providers; a review of the research literature and best practices in addressing the needs of homeless families; and completion of a local environmental scan, several strategies were identified for local action to end family homelessness.
Some strategies include:
Read the full report for more details on each of these and to learn about some of the barriers.