Summer 2015, Vol 6.2

Publisher’s Note Dear Reader, Summer is the season that conjures up images of fun in the sun, vacations, and a break from school. But for homeless families—parents, young children, and college-age youth—this season can offer even more obstacles to overcome when school doors are closed and so are easy access to free meals, child care,…

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Vol. 2.2, Summer 2011

This issue includes a feature on the use of the arts in helping homeless children and youth find their voice during unsettling circumstances. It also investigates New York City’s housing subsidy policies in the context of the national debate about Housing First strategies, the value of volunteers to both staff and clients at the shelter level, and a new program offering free, fresh milk to New York City families in need.…

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