5.13 Partnering with Schools for Resiliency, Academic Readiness, and Housing Stability

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Conference Presentation | July 23, 2013

Files: Home Visiting and Working with Families Experiencing Homelessness by Moushumi Beltangady (PDF | 153 KB | 16 slides) WORKING PARTNERS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AND YOUTH WHO ARE HOMELESS by Elizabeth Hinz (PDF | 121 KB | 11 slides) Partnering with Schools for Resiliency, Academic Readiness & Housing Stability by DEBORAH MCMILLAN (PDF | 87 KB | 7 slides) Focus on Children: Partnering with Schools for Resiliency, Academic Readiness and Housing Stability by John McLaughlin (PDF | 799 KB | 8 slides)

Crafting partnerships with schools and early child development programs can be an effective way for homeless service providers to promote the wellbeing of young children. This workshop will examine how schools and early childhood programs are working to address the academic and developmental needs of the children experiencing homelessness.

  • Moushumi Beltangady, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC
  • Elizabeth Hinz, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis, MN
  • John McLaughlin, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC (Moderator)
  • Deborah McMillan, Public Health Management Corporation, Philadelphia, PA