Educationhttps://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/educationCommunity Workspace on HomelessnessStudent Homelessnesshttps://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/student_homelessness<div><p>Greetings.   I am attaching an introductory research brief about post-secondary student homelessness,  that was presented at CAEH 2018.  My colleagues and I are interested in hearing from people who have done  research or are familiar with studies related to this experience.  Many thanks, Eric Weissman.</p><p><br></p></div>Eric WeissmanSun, 18 Nov 2018 11:06:04 -0500https://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/student_homelessnessNew resource for service providers working with youthhttps://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/new_resource_for_service_providers_working_with_youth<div><p>Today, the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness Press in collaboration with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health are proud to share ‘Mental Health &amp; Addiction Interventions for Youth Experiencing Homelessness: Practical Strategies for Front-line Providers.’ </p> <p><strong>The e-book is available for free download at:</strong><a href="http://www.homeleshub.ca/mentalhealth"><strong> </strong></a><strong><a href="http://homelesshub.ca/mentalhealthbook">http://homelesshub.ca/mentalhealth…</a></strong></p></div>Canadian Observatory on HomelessnessThu, 18 Jan 2018 10:50:56 -0500https://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/new_resource_for_service_providers_working_with_youthHow can we talk with young children about homelessness?https://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/how_can_we_talk_with_young_children_about_homelessness<div>We recently received an <a href="http://homelesshub.ca/blog/how-can-we-talk-young-children-about-homelessness" target="_blank">Ask the Hub question</a> about talking to children about homelessness. While I've done my best to answer and point to a few educational resources, I'm interested in learning about how others talk to kids about poverty and homelessness. Have you found any methods or metaphors particularly effective?</div>Emma WoolleyFri, 24 Jun 2016 09:13:04 -0400https://workspaceonhomelessness.ca/youthhomelessness/discussion/education/how_can_we_talk_with_young_children_about_homelessness