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

New Update: Chronic Homelessness Evidence Base

Now available from the Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness, a new evidence base on Chronic Homelessness. What was once viewed as the “typical” experience of homelessness—long-term or repeated episodes on the street...
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New Update: Trends and Patterns of Homelessness Evidence Base

Data from the most recent AHAR reports offer new insights on trends and patterns in homelessness. In three major cities in California, more than 70 percent of people experiencing homelessness in 2017 were unsheltered,...
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New Opportunities to Use HMIS Data: System Modeling

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Ending Chronic Homelessness in LA County

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How do Hispanic Families Experience Homelessness?

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Dennis P. Culhane Dr. Dennis Culhane is a Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is also the Dana and Andrew Stone Chair in Social Policy and Co-Principal Investigator for Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy. Dennis also serves as Director of Research for the National Center for Homelessness Among Veterans at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Dennis’ primary area of research...
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