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Volume 7.1 - Spring 2016


Home Is Where the Art Is
By Lauren Blundin
Therapeutic Arts Programs for DC Children and Youth
Project Create, a winner of ICPH’s 2016 Beyond Housing award, creates a home for the arts in Anacostia, a poverty-challenged area of Washington, DC. Its high-quality, therapeutic arts programming develops relationships, community, and resilience in DC’s youth.
CATCHing Signs of Trauma
By Mari Rich
North Carolina Program Connects Homeless Children to Mental Health Services
Project CATCH (Community Action Targeting Children Who Are Homeless) is a Raleigh, North Carolina-based program whose mission is to ensure that families experiencing homelessness in Wake County have access to a coordinated system of care that nurtures the health, well-being, and success of their children.
SafeCare
By Anita Bushell
Strengthening Families in Shelter through Parenting Education
SafeCare, a parenting education program, teaches effective parenting skills to families who are at risk for, or have histories of, maltreating young children.

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Resources and References

EDITORIALS & COLUMNS

On the Homefront
Conferring on Homelessness

Databank
Beyond Housing 2016 Breakout Sessions

On the Record
Diana Bowman: A Conversation on Student Homelessness

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