The affects of homelessness begin to appear even before a baby is born. When children are homeless, their health risks increase and they experience physical and emotional distress that can last long after their family has found a home. However, there is hope when early intervention strategies are used. Tune in to Nurse Rona and guests to learn more about this crucial topic.
• Brian Greenberg, director of programs and services at The Shelter Network.
• Carrie Hamilton, a doula and a case manager with the Wellness Center at Homeless Prenatal Project.
• Martha Ryan, executive director of Homeless Prenatal Project.
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