Low-income families are forced into overcrowded and substandard living conditions to maintain a roof over their children’s heads, while already homeless families are invisible – staying temporarily with family or friends, paying rent for bunkbeds in rooms shared with other families, sleeping in their cars, and often in fear that their children will be taken away. (Read More –>)


    Schools, healthcare systems, and child and family services organizations must become vocal and pro-active advocates for safe, decent and adequate housing for children and families they serve. Collaboratively, “housing intervention safety-nets” can be developed in communities, while doing whatever it might take to ensure a family is adequately housed. (Read More –>)


To promote and facilitate strategies in communities that ensure access to stable and adequate housing as the vital platform for child and family health and well-being.   

In November 2017, the Center for Social Innovation at the University of Southern California invited Founder and CEO of Partnering for Change, Tanya Tull, to share with students her journey as a social innovator over a 35+ year career. This is the videotaped presentation.