America's 2.5 Million Homeless Children: A Panel Discussion
You're invited to a discussion, co-hosted by the Congressional Homelessness Caucus and Senator Patty Murray, featuring the latest research-driven solutions on child and family homelessness, including the America's Youngest Outcasts report. The American Institutes for Research/National Center on Family Homelessness released the America’s Youngest Outcasts in November 2014. The report documents the number of homeless children in every state, their well-being, their risk for child homelessness, and state level planning and policy efforts. Using findings from numerous sources that include well-established national data sets as well as research from AIR, the report ranks states from 1 (highest) to 50 (lowest) and found 2.5 million children in America—one in every 30 children—go to sleep without a home of their own each year.
Carrie Palmer, Senior Legislative Assistant, Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson
Mark Greenberg, Acting Assistant Secretary for the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
John McGah, Senior Associate, American Institutes for Research/National Center on Family Homelessness
Denise Ross, Homeless Liaison, Prince George's County School District, Maryland
Follow @AIR_Info on Twitter to join the conversation using the hashtag #1in30children.
February 10, 2015
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM