A slip taped to the front door. Sheriff deputies knocking, demanding to be let in. Beds, clothes, and family keepsakes piled up on the curb. One night at a shelter. Months at a cramped hotel. 

Eviction is incredibly destabilizing.

” Trauma rests in the family of anxiety.”

MICHAEL A. LINDSEY, DEAN OF NEW YORK UNIVERSITY’S SILVER SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

For children, it’s an inescapable tossing and turning. It creates a feeling of mourning that can morph into years of mental and emotional suffering if untreated. 

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