Bibliographic Details

The American almanac of family homelessness / Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness.

Corporate author / creator Institute for Children and Poverty, creator.
Imprint New York : Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness, [2013]
Description 1 online resource (vi, 134 pages) : illustrations, maps, charts (color)
Language English
Subject Homeless persons -- Government policy -- United States.
Homeless persons -- United States -- Statistics.
Homeless persons -- Services for -- United States.
Homeless children -- Government policy -- United States.
Homeless children -- United States -- Statistics.
Homeless children -- Services for -- United States.
Homeless persons.
Homeless children.
Homeless children.
Homeless children -- Government policy.
Homeless children -- Services for.
Homeless persons.
Homeless persons -- Government policy.
Homeless persons -- Services for.
United States.
Statistics.
Format E-Resource, Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/9144778
ISBN 0972442561
9780972442565
Notes Includes endnotes and index.
Summary "This Almanac is the result of three years of intensive review and evaluation, resulting in a comprehensive resource that presents data, policy analysis, and model programs and policies at the national, state, and local levels. It examines not only what we know about family homelessness, but also what we do not know, in order to both encourage the greater use of evidence-based practices and improve data collection" (p. iii).
"The Almanac provides policymakers, administrators, service providers, advocacy groups, researchers, and concerned citizens with a comprehensive resource that highlights what existing data reveal about homeless families and the programs that serve them -- and where gaps exist in knowledge and data collection. Within these pages, readers will find reports on the multitude of issues affecting homeless families and their children nationally; state-by-state statistics about those families and programs designed to help them; and snapshots of innovative funding strategies and model programs at the federal, state, and local levels that provide for the healthy development and educational success of homeless children" (p. v).
Other form Print version: Institute for Children and Poverty. American almanac of family homelessness. New York : Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness, [2013]