National Survey of Programs and Services for the Homeless: Vermont 2010

Source: The Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness, Fall 2010 The National Survey of Programs and Services for Homeless Families: The Red, White, and Blue Book is an online resource for service providers, advocates, researchers, and public policy makers working in the field of family homelessness. This guide provides a state-by-state snapshot of the interconnections between governmental, nonprofit, and voluntary sector work to end family homelessness. The National Survey is the first research tool to reveal nationwide and local demographics of family homeless populations and map the funding sources available to them. Users can navigate the website to gain perspective on the geographic variability of family homelessness in the United States. Two-page state briefs summarizing public and private initiatives to address family homelessness are now available. More information: The Vermont state brief is located in VAHC’s resource section, ICPH Vermont 2010. To see additional information on this report as well as information from other states, click here: Red, White, and Blue Book.

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