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HRC Feature Articles
The HRC guest edited a Special Section of the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry on the theme of "Parenting and Homelessness."
The Special Section fills a gap in research on the challenges of family relationships in the context of homelessness. The articles include practice, policy, and research recommendations to support parents as they stabilize their lives, care for their children, and move out of homelessness. In addition to seven research articles, the Special Section includes two commentaries by a nurse practitioner who works with families in Baltimore, MD and a mother who was formerly homeless.
HRC is sponsoring FREE ACCESS to the full text of each article. Check out the links below to download the full articles. You can also earn 10 continuing education credits by reviewing these articles. Each article includes information and a form to request credits.
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Justine Hanson from Boston
Kristen Paquette from Needham
lynn figueiredo from eureka
Jennifer Macaulay from Weatherford
Michael Tucker from Pomona
Elisabeth Lean from New York
Jill Gerson from Bronx
pamela anderson from Pensacola
Liddy Hintz from Syracuse
Linda Burnett from Austin
Paula Rowles from Reno
Stephen Clark from Uniondale
Joe Speranzella Ofs from Minneapolis
Sandi Hengle from Apalachicola
Wade Colson from Kansas City
Katie Black from Blue Hill
Andrew Robert from New York
Selected Parenting and Homelessness Resources
Acknowledgments: Special Section on Parenting and Homelessness - FREE Access to Full Articles
Parenting and Homelessness: Overview and Introduction to the Special Section - FREE Access
Commentary: A Consumer Perspective on Parenting While Homeless - Free Access
Commentary: A Provider Perspective on Supporting Parents Who Are Homeless - FREE Access
Parent-Adolescent Violence and Later Behavioral Health Problems Among Homeless and Housed Youth - FREE Access
What Research Tells Us About the Intersecting Streams of Homelessness and Foster Care - FREE Access
Examining the Impact of Parental Risk on Family Functioning Among Homeless and Housed Families - FREE Access
Parenting, Parental Mental Health, and Child Functioning in Families Residing in Supportive Housing - FREE Access
Effects of Social Support and Conflict on Parenting Among Homeless Mothers - FREE Access
Parenting Adults Who Become Homeless: Variations in Stress and Social Support - FREE Access
Conducting Filial Therapy With Homeless Parents - FREE Access
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You will encounter opinions and perspectives from varied sources. These may not reflect the views of Homelessness Resource Center, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Institute on Homelessness and Trauma or any other partner organization.
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