Access to early childhood programs for young children experiencing homelessness: A survey report
This brief presented the results of a national survey focused on understanding the barriers and facilitators of access to early childhood services among young children and families experiencing homelessness, as well as identifying strategies for addressing barriers and increasing access. Notably, transportation and variants of cross-systems collaboration were cited as the most successful strategies for increasing access to early childhood services. (author abstract)
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Access to early childhood services for young children experiencing homelessness
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Households with young children and child care providers are still facing hunger