The National Center on Family Homelessness

The National Center on Family Homelessness is a leader on Veterans issues, with an emphasis on women Veterans and Veteran family homelessness. The Center applies knowledge of military cultural competency, behavioral health issues, trauma-informed care, interpersonal violence to address Veterans' housing instability, food insecurity, and employment. It develops and provides innovative online resources, training, technical assistance, project management and research.  Veteran Programs Community Circles of Support for Veterans' Families Community Circles Strength At Home: Central Valley, CA Chicagoland Women Veterans Employment Study Technical Assistance for HRVP Women Veteran Grantees Recently in the News ... July 20, 2011: Labor Secretary Hilda Solis launched a nationwide release of Trauma-Informed Care for Women Veterans Experiencing Homelessness: A Guide for Service Providers, created by The National Center on Family Homelessness and the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau.


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  • Virtual - Online Only
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  • VSO - Research & Professional Education
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