Partners United for Supportive Housing Cedar Rapids
The National Center on Family Homelessness is a proud partner of Four Oaks, one of five agencies nationally that has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The project, Partners United for Supportive Housing Cedar Rapids, works to retain family unity, provide stable housing, and improve family functioning and well-being for children who are in, or at-risk of entering, the child welfare system. The National Center works with Four Oaks, Department of Human Services, Affordable Housing Network, University of Iowa, and Waypoint to assess project implementation and provide training on mental health and trauma of families in the child welfare system who are facing homelessness.
Understanding and Responding to the Mental Health Needs of Families Experiencing Homelessness