Next Dialogue to Cover Homelessness Among Mothers

The next meeting of the Columbus Housing Dialogue will discuss recent research into homelessness among young mothers. Professor Natasha Slesnick conducts research on intervention development with homeless youth and families. She has consulted with multiple organizations on the best strategies for intervening in youth homelessness. She has been continuously funded by the NIH since 1998 and has written more than 70 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and one book. After opening a drop-in center for homeless youth in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she moved to Columbus, Ohio and opened her second drop-in center.

Title: “Housing young homeless mothers: Some findings”
Presenter: Natasha Sleznick, Professor at The Ohio State University
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 29
Time: 8:30am
Location: MORPC, Scioto Conference Room
Address: 111 Liberty Street, Columbus, OH 43215

Areas of Expertise

  • Homeless youth, homeless families, substance using mothers
  • Substance use treatment (family therapy, MET, CRA)
  • Intervention/service development and evaluation (outreach and advocacy)
  • Suicide prevention
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