Child Homelessness Hits Record Levels

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One in 30 children in the United States is homeless -- and the problem is even more severe in California, where more than half a million kids are without homes, according to a new report from the National Center of Family Homelessness. We'll discuss the report and the challenges faced by a growing population of homeless kids.

Guests:

Trent Rhorer, director of the SF Human Services Agency

Martha Ryan, founder of the Homeless Prenatal Program, a family resource center

Carmela DeCandia, director of The National Center on Family Homelessness with the American Institutes for Research and co-author of the report "America's Youngest Outcasts: A Report Card on Child Homelessness"

Shahera Hyatt, director of the California Homeless Youth Project, a research and policy initiative of the California Research Bureau (CRB)

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