The lack of affordable rental housing for families with children has led to increasing rates of overcrowding, forced displacement, poor housing conditions, and recurrent family homelessness.


    Schools, healthcare systems, and community-based child and family services organizations must become the “first responders” to indicators of housing distress to mediate the detrimental impacts of housing instability on child and family health and wellbeing.


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.