Sasha Bruce

Eliminating homelessness among youth is a moral imperative, and local communities must roll-up their sleeves to get the job done.  But the federal government must play a significant role, too.  To this end, Chapin Hall has released a comprehensive set of federal policy recommendations.  Its report, Research to Impact: Federal Actions to Prevent  & End Youth Homelessness offers an evidence-informed roadmap to help guide the work of the federal government, in partnership with other stakeholders, to prevent and end youth homelessness.  The authors argue for a public health approach, which will emphasize prevention and elevate the importance of working across multiple systems. Read it here.