• Student & Family Supports

Has your family's housing changed?

  • If your family has experienced housing changes since the start of the year, your child(ren) may be eligible for support through the McKinney-Vento Assistant Act. Students who may qualify are those who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence living in situations such as:

    • Doubled up with family or a friend
    • In a car, park, campground, public space, abandoned building, substandard housing or similar
    • In a motel or hotel
    • In a house or vehicle of any kind (including a camper) without running water, electricity or heat
    • In a shelter or transitional housing
    • Unaccompanied youth not living with a parent or legal guardian
    • Youth awaiting foster care (first 30 days in foster care)
    • Migratory children living in similar living conditions

    Please complete this form to determine if your family qualifies for additional resources:


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    The Student and Family Assistance Program(SFAP) is a free and confidential resource designed to provide short-term and solution-focused assistance to students and their families.BPA Health Logo  

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