This brief is intended for child welfare agencies that are responding to the housing needs of families involved in the child welfare system. It examines the research that documents the link between inadequate housing and child welfare involvement and highlights some of the innovative practices child welfare agencies have developed to respond to the housing needs of families in their care. Finally, it provides early lessons gleaned from some of these practices.
This webinar explores the partnership between the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and the Charitable Assistance to Community's Homeless, Inc. (CATCH) program that will expand rapid re-housing to homeless families in Idaho.
Conference Presentations from 5.7 Shelter Diversion and Prevention for Families at the 2013 National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness
The resource provides an overview of how some communities are using TANF funds for short-term rent assistance and how TANF agencies can help improve the self-sufficiency of families.
Prepared by the Corporation for Supportive Housing and the National Alliance to End Homelessness, this paper provides information on national trends that are suggesting significant changes in the country’s approach to ending family homelessness and guidance for responding to these changes by creating well-designed local systems.