Family Homelessness In America

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As homelessness becomes a normalcy in the United States, there is less attention focused on the issue of child and family homelessness. As more families fall into financial hardships, affordable housing has become less attainable. Between 1981 and 1986, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development was forced to reduce their budget from $33 billion to less than $10 billion. This represented an extreme decrease in the building and maintenance of housing, imposing more difficulties on hopeful individuals in need of affordable housing.
In Family Homelessness: Where Are We Now?” Roy Grant, Senior Director, Research Children's Health Fund Medical Affairs and Gracy Delaney, ‎Chief Medical Officer at Children's Health Fund among other
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