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Child Welfare Journal Vol. 94, No. 1 Special Issue: Housing (Digital PDF)
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About this Special Issue


From the Editor: Where Am I Going to Live?



Nan Roman


Special Foreword

Ruth Anne White and Debra Rog


Factors Influencing Risk of Homelessness among Youth in Transition from Foster Care in Oklahoma: Implications for Reforming Independent Living Services and Opportunities

Brandon L. Crawford, Jacqueline McDaniel, David Moxley, Zohre Salehezadeh and Alisa West Cahill


Housing Trajectories for Youth Transitioning from Foster Care: Gender Differences from 2010–2014

Robert G. Hasson III, Andrew D. Reynolds and Thomas M. Crea


Economic Well-Being and Independent Living in Foster Youth: Paving the Road to Effective Transitioning out of Care

Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Gayle Davis and Terri Hipps


Partnering to Leverage Multiple Data Sources: Preliminary Findings from a Supportive Housing Impact Study

Jessica Raithel, Miranda Yates, Amy Dworsky, Maryanne Schretzman and Whitney Welshimer


Physically Hazardous Housing and Risk for Child Protective Services Involvement

Bomi Kim Hirsch, MiYoun Yang, Sarah Font and Kristen S. Slack


Poverty, Homelessness, and Family Break-Up

Marybeth Shinn, Jessica Gibbons-Benton and Scott R. Brown


Housing Matters for Families: Promising Practices from Child Welfare Agencies

Mary Cunningham and Michael Pergamit


Integrated Solutions for Intertwined Challenges: A Statewide Collaboration in Supportive Housing for Child Welfare-Involved Families

Anne F. Farrell, Kellie G. Randall, Preston A. Britner, Betsy Cronin, S. Kim Somaroo-Rodriguez and Lisa Hansen


The Family Unification Program: A Randomized-Controlled Trial of Housing Stability

Patrick J. Fowler and Michael Schoeny


Family Stability and Child Welfare Involvement among Families Served in Permanent Supportive Housing

Debra J. Rog, Kathryn A. Henderson and Andrew L. Greer