Resources for Families experiencing homelessness
Most children and youth experiencing homelessness are not visible in shelters or on the streets, but rather moving from place to place: couches, basements, motels, cars, and wherever they can find temporary refuge. In the midst of the current pandemic crisis, the role of schools and early childhood programs has never been more critical – whether remote, hybrid or in person. Schools are required to identify, enroll, and serve homeless children and youth. It is vital that families and youth who are homeless know that help is available – that they have educational rights and know how to exercise them.
Here are some resources that can help.
State and Regional: