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

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

Homelessness in America has decreased but there is still work to be done. What’s the evidence on what works to prevent people from becoming homeless? What have we learned from the field? Abt...
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HIGHLIGHTS

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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System Modeling to Address Youth Homelessness in Indianapolis

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EXPERT SPOTLIGHT

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Marybeth Shinn As a professor at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Marybeth (Beth) Shinn focuses on ways to prevent and end homelessness and create opportunities for groups that face social exclusion. She is co-principal investigator of the Family Options Study, a 12-site experiment comparing the success of different strategies to house families experiencing homelessness. Conducted together with colleagues at Abt Associates, the study followed...
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