Why Many Kids Experiencing Homelessness Are Not Being Counted

February 19, 2020

First Video In New Series Breaks Down Why Many Kids Experiencing Homelessness are Not Being Counted

Each year in the United States, 2.5 million children experience homelessness. But many kids experiencing homelessness are not eligible for the services they need because they are not counted under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development definition of homelessness.

Want to learn more about this issue and how you can help? Check out the video below.



This video is part of a new series being launched by Family Promise CEO, Claas Ehlers that aims to break down the issues and current events that impact families experiencing homelessness. You can view the video on Youtube here

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