Child development, education, employment, parenting, and family functioning all suffer when a household with children is denied access to stable housing.


    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.


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

The homeless population in the United States has risen this year, the first time since the 2008 Great Recession, as Wall Street continues to tout historic profit-based milestones.

Paradoxically, growing homelessness has followed rapid economic growth, as landlords raise rents, forcing many to move onto the street. Radio Sputnik discussed the issue with Los Angeles, California-based, housing advocate Tanya Tull.