Services Matter for Families and Children
Services are essential for housing stablity
After 30 years of research and innovation, we know how to stabilize housing for families. However, federal policy is still dictated by insufficient resources and ignores the need to support families with permanent housing combined with essential services.
Services Matter was prepared by the Bassuk Center to offer effective solutions. Our report is based on research, field experience, and local provider perspectives. Please download and read, and let us know what you think. We hope you will join us in declaring that services matter for housing stability.
Community-based service providers from all 50 states have endorsed this report. The growing strength of this grassroots network is showing the way to meet the federal goal of ending family homelessness. For more, visit the National Network to End Family Homelessness.
Family Homelessness Is Increasing
Services Are Necessary
Housing Alone Can End Family Homelessness