Federal Actions to Prevent and End Youth Homelessness: Recommendations Based on Research and a National Convening of Experts and Stakeholders

Authors: 
Morton, M.H.,
Horwitz, B.
Type: 
Paper/Research Report
Published: October, 2019
Organization: 
Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
Series: 
Research-to-Impact
Abstract: 

This policy paper from Chapin Hall is an evidence-based guide for the federal government and other stakeholders to prevent and end youth homelessness. The authors recommend a public health approach to emphasize prevention and the need for accountability across systems and society at large. This paper outlines the iterative, multistep process that involved national organizations, federal partners, and young people with lived experience of homelessness to develop 63 recommendations. The authors present these recommendations in the following areas: prevention, crisis response, stable housing, cross-cutting issues, and research and data. (author abstract modified)

Availability: 
Available for free download on the Chapin Hall website at: https://www.chapinhall.org/research/leaders-identify-recommendations-for-federal-actions-to-end-youth-homelessness/
Accession Number: 
25815