EP74: Housing Insecurity

NASW Social Work Talks Podcast

Kelly Bruno

We speak with Kelly Bruno, MSW, president and CEO of National Health Foundation in Los Angeles, Calif. Bruno helped to create recuperative care program in response to hospitals’ illegal practice of patient dumping — the failure to make continued care arrangements when releasing homeless patients from the hospital.

Posted July 27, 2021

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Grand Challenges for Social Work: End Homelessness
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Housing insecurity and the COVID-19 pandemic
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Millions of the nation's distressed renters are living in COVID-19 hot spots where the Delta variant is surging fastest.

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