Partner Incarceration and Women’s Housing Insecurity
Housing security has long been recognized as an integral component of the economic, physical, and emotional health and wellbeing of individuals and families. The lack of access to safe and stable housing is viewed by many as an indicator of severe social exclusion, particularly for individuals vulnerable in other aspects of their lives. The receipt of social services, treatment for medical conditions, and the search for employment are each facilitated by a stable home address, as is the continuity of children’s schooling.
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