This paper deals with the study of finding different strategies for resolving the problems of women homeless veterans and their children. It also covers the study of understanding the scope and importance of the problem and explores many recommendations that can be very much helpful and supportive to serve women homeless veterans and their children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates approximately 53% of the homeless veteran population suffers from a chronic illness. According to National Center on Family Homelessness, (2011) report the four major subgroups of homeless veterans include addiction, vascular disorders, psychosis, and generalized medical and mental health illnesses.
Table of Contents
Chapter l: Definition of the Issue5
Strategies For Serving Our Women Homeless Veterans And Their Children6
Statistics Of Homeless Veterans7
Chapter ll: Literature Review10
Scope Of The Problem10
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Homeless Veterans Are A Vulnerable Population13
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Cost Effective Solutions For Homeless Veterans16
Cost Effective Solutions For Homeless Veterans17
The Role Of Adovate And Caregiver19
Caregiver And Researcher19
Chapter lll: Conclusion, Recommendations, and Final Thought21
Strategies for Serving Our Women Veterans
Chapter l: Definition of the Issue
Female homeless veterans are increasing with the passage of time and creating a lot of issues in the society. It is necessary to tackle this issue on urgent basis and make certain cost effective strategies in order to make pragmatic solutions of this issue. Teenagers, parents, and children, can and have become homeless. Homelessness is increasing in the United States, particularly among families with children. The recent economy has produced families without jobs and is instrumental in parents to losing their homes. Children are subjected to homelessness because of their parents in losing their homes; however some children are runways possibly because for abuses suffered in their family homes.
An increase in single parenting, especially single mothers find them among the homeless. In addition, single men are more likely to be homeless and the mentally ill fall victim to homelessness because of their mental conditions many times; many others become homeless because of a combination of mental illness and substance abuse. In this paper some of the important issues regarding homeless veterans are discussed such as background of the problem, strategies for serving women homeless veterans and their children, their recognition as vulnerable population, statistical data of homeless veterans, scope of the problem, tables and recommendation regarding the issues of women homeless veterans and their children.
After the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, the United States of America went to war determined to protect our country and seek out those that wanted to hurt us. As a result of being at war for almost 10 years, we are left with approximately 1.3 million veterans since 2002 and many of those with physical disabilities and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Iraq and Afghanistan wars have left a new generation of veterans with challenges. Adjusting to civilian life, getting a job in the bad economy and dealing with the mental effects of being in combat are just a few of the ...