Policymakers have used the same basic paradigms year after year with minimal success in preventing family homelessness. This policy brief promotes the view that child and family homelessness can overwhelmingly be prevented but only if a different paradigm is employed. The new paradigm would focus on the integration of public health, human rights, human dignity, and trauma prevention.

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From “Changing the paradigm of family homelessness” by Yvonne Vissing and Diane Nilan.