Discusses the experience of homelessness as a form of
psychological trauma and as a risk factor for developing emotional problems.
Specifically, the authors focus on three aspects of homelessness in the context
of trauma: 1) becoming homeless; 2) the ongoing condition of homelessness; and
3) the exacerbation of psychological trauma among people who are homeless and
have histories of victimization. The article provides important insight into
the need for developing and delivering trauma-informed services for people