Partners United For Supportive Housing In Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Partners United For Supportive Housing In Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Partners United for Supportive Housing in Cedar Rapids (PUSH-CR) is one of five national supportive housing projects funded by Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (Children’s Bureau). PUSH-CR is a five year project designed for families in the child welfare system who are facing homelessness or a housing crisis. PUSH-CR families are rapidly housed in safe and affordable homes within fourteen days, connected with safe and affordable homes, and program staff work to assist parents with their DHS case, assess their needs and help families meet their goals to stay together.

For more information, contact: Kelli Malone, kmalone@fouroaks.org or visit the Four Oaks website.

The Building Community, Building Hope film series is designed for audiences working with families and children to learn about some of the most promising innovations in keeping families thriving. Each short film in the series is accompanied by toolkits, discussion guides and resources and is made for you to use freely in your work and communications, as if it were your own.

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