This research fills a gap in current primary care practice to assess families experiencing or at risk for housing instability (homelessness, living doubled-up, within shelters, or other unstable housing situations). Our approach recognizes the continuum of housing statuses while working to provide families with resources to overcome their housing instability at their point of care. This project is being done in collaboration with the Bassuk Center and the National Network to End Family Homelessness and is funded by Summer Scholars and GHR.
Ludvik, Grace Anne and Mason, Meghan, "How Do Healthcare Providers Screen Children and Families for Housing Instability?" (2021). Public Health Faculty Scholarship. 77.