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

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

Gretchen Locke February 2019 Communities are improving coordination between the homeless services and health systems. Changes in the rules governing Medicaid have made this a little easier, particularly for linking health services to...
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Updated Homelessness Prevention Literature Review

Homelessness prevention can be approached in two ways. One–the more enduring path to ending homelessness–is to fix the systemic problems that cause it: social inequalities of income, wealth, and opportunity, and the failures...
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HIGHLIGHTS

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

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Understanding Racial Disparities in your Continuum of Care

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How do Homelessness and Housing Stability Impact Behavioral Health?

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EXPERT SPOTLIGHT

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Gretchen Locke Gretchen Locke is a principal associate in the Social & Economic Policy Division of Abt Associates. She specializes in evaluation research on programs for people who have special needs, including people who have disabilities and people who are at risk of homelessness or experiencing homelessness. Her research has focused on individuals with chronic patterns of homelessness, permanent supportive housing, and...
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