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Sustainability of supportive housing for families in the child welfare system

Nickolas Bagley, Youth Today

Published: June 26, 2019

Report Intro/Brief:
The Partnerships to Demonstrate the Effectiveness of Supportive Housing, funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services, was designed to explore the effects of providing housing and … Read the rest

Volunteering can be a multigenerational family affair

By Chris Farrell, Next Avenue Contributor 

Fiftysomething Linda Meadows, a volunteer with the AmeriCorps Reading Partners program, is tutoring students at the library of Cherry Hill Elementary in south Baltimore, a low-income, mostly African-American neighborhood. “I like to encourage young … Read the rest

NY Times: Mentors help refugees transition into a new life

Written by Margy Rochlin

OAKLAND, Calif. — Pascal Serugendo was only 7 when he first fled his violence-torn village in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Separated from his family, he followed a group of grown-ups also escaping the deadly war … Read the rest

Two Days Later: Adolescents’ Conflicts With Family Spill Over to School, Vice Versa

Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 10.15.03 AMSummarized from Child Development, Family Conflict, Mood, and Adolescents’ Daily School Problems: Moderating Roles of Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms by Timmons, AC, and Margolin, G (University of Southern California). Copyright 2014 The Society for Research in Child Development, Inc. All Read the rest