Day: December 17, 2009

Family breakdown fuels increased homelessness, children are often innocent victims

According to a study by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, five to eight million Americans will experience homelessness over a five year period, including millions of children. One common experience of nearly all children who become homeless is that they are innocent victims of family breakdown.

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Relationship Skills Training for Incarcerated Fathers Critical for Strong Families and Safe Neighborhoods

The White House and Department of Justice hosted a Roundtable and Forum on Responsible Fatherhood this week at Morehouse College in Atlanta. I traveled to Atlanta with PAIRS Foundation team members Lauren DelGandio, Francisco Robledo, and Tuly Wultz to learn more about the challenges facing fathers who are reuniting with their families following incarceration, particularly…

Seth Eisenberg, PAIRS Foundation.

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