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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