This resource describes the health care needs of children experiencing homelessness, and it has tips for helping families access quality health care for their children.
Learn about impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family homelessness.
Consider how you might enhance what you already do to partner with families experiencing homelessness. Use this tool to reflect on your program’s relationship-building practices and plan for the next steps in supporting families experiencing homelessness.
Use this tool to determine a child and family's situation or status using the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act’s definition of “homeless children and youth.”
Use this tool to reflect on your program’s relationship-building practices and plan for next steps in supporting families experiencing homelessness.
Working with local partners is a key strategy for identifying and reaching out to families experiencing homelessness.
Learn about the Maternity Group Homes (MGH) program. Discover how one MGH and Early Head Start program are working together to meet the needs of pregnant and parenting youth who are experiencing homelessness.
Strategies for Supporting Families Experiencing Homelessness and Housing Instability During COVID-19
Explore considerations and strategies for working with families who are or may be at risk for experiencing homelessness.
Explore this module to learn about family homelessness as a result of domestic violence.
Hear how programs can partner with community agencies to help families who face homelessness. Learn how this effort can help programs reach children and families who are in need of services.