Grand Challenges for Social Work: End Homelessness

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      NARRATOR: Led by the American Academy of Social Workand social welfare.The Grand Challenges for Social Work is a groundbreakinginitiative to champion social progress powered by science.It's a call to action for all of usto work together to tackle our nation'stoughest social problems.Homelessness and housing instability

    • 00:28

      NARRATOR [continued]: are substantial problems that afflict a diverse groupof people in the United States.In just one year, nearly 1.5 million Americansexperience homelessness for at least one night.Despite decades of effort to stem the tide,the scope and persistence of homelessness in the UShas severe and lasting effects of the health and well-being

    • 00:50

      NARRATOR [continued]: of those affected.With a new and focused approach to the issue thatcombines evidence, resources, innovative thinking,and political will, we can reduce both the scaleof homelessness in the United Statesand the risk factors like housing and income instabilitythat contribute to the issue.

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      NARRATOR [continued]: Innovation takes time, and a decade of focused workis on the horizon.We will work to integrate data from PIT, HMIS, schooldistricts, and other sources--such as foster care and health care systems--to investigate the interconnected aspects and riskfactors of homelessness, expand access to affordable housing

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      NARRATOR [continued]: stock, housing subsidies, and housing choice vouchers,link proven psychosocial interventions to housingassistance programs for those in need,advocate for policy change that addresses risk factors thatincrease the likelihood of homelessness--such as minimum wage, income disability benefits,and affordable housing--

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      NARRATOR [continued]: adapt housing-led interventions with proven effectivenessto new populations experiencing homelessness,create innovative funding strategiesthat reform existing structures while also lookingfor new funding from sectors that had previously not beenengaged.Visit these websites for more information.

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Grand Challenges for Social Work: End Homelessness

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This animation details the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare Grand Challenges for Social Work on societal goals for ending homelessness.

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