Compounding Stress: The Timing and Duration Effects of Homelessness on Children's Health

Presents research that examines timing and duration of youth homelessness and their effects on childhood development. This brief also describes two promising practices that may limit the negative effects of prolonged homelessness-- rapid re-housing options and wraparound case management services.

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Center for Housing Policy, Children's Health Watch, MacAuthor Foundation

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