Having a place to call home is one of the fundamentals of our well-being that is easy to take for granted. Easy until an illness, job loss or divorce threatens the security of home. Beth Fetzer-Rice, Executive Director of the Homeless Families Foundation explains how the problems for homeless women with children are particularly urgent and severe. Beth discusses the difficulties of parenting without a home and argues that homeless mothers exhibit remarkable resilience in trying to provide security for their kids.
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