The Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness is a new resource center for policy makers, researchers, and practitioners.

Understanding Encampments

Cities, suburban communities, and rural areas across the United States have seen a rise of groups of people experiencing unsheltered homelessness together. While people experiencing unsheltered homelessness may perceive staying in an encampment...
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Connecting Housing and Health: Roles for Health System Players

Gretchen Locke June 2019 Healthcare providers are realizing that addressing housing instability is a critical piece of the puzzle to improve health outcomes and lower total costs, especially for those experiencing the complex...
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HIGHLIGHTS

Focus on Health: Using the intersection between housing and health to improve point in time counts

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Updated Homelessness Prevention Literature Review

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Webinar: What Really Works in Homelessness Prevention: Lessons from Literature and the Field

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EXPERT SPOTLIGHT

Debra Rog Dr. Debra Rog, a Westat Vice President and President of its nonprofit affiliate, the Rockville Institute, has over 30 years of experience in research and evaluation involving homelessness. Her current work in homelessness includes serving as the principal investigator of several studies, including an evaluation of a ten year systems initiative in three counties in Washington State for the Bill...
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