Homeless Families With Infants and Toddlers
Stefanie Powers January 2010
The contributors to this issue of the Journal provide a wealth of concrete strategies for addressing the needs of children and families who are experiencing homelessness—how to address separation anxiety and the effects of trauma; creating environments that offer structure and routine; strengthening parent–child relationships; and empowering families by helping them identify needs and priorities. And just as important as meeting the immediate and concrete needs of families is understanding the critical role of federal policy in putting an end the burgeoning problem of family homelessness in America.
Vol. 30 No. 3