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What Fueled the Increase in Unsheltered Homelessness in 2018?

by Aaron Shroyer
In 2018, over half a million people experienced homelessness on a given night in the US. Of those, roughly one in three experienced unsheltered homelessness in a car, outside, or in…

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Homeless People with Substance Abuse Problems Need Housing Assistance and Treatment Options

More than a third of the roughly half a million Americans who are homeless on any given night have significant substance abuse problems. Two primary housing models are designed to serve this…

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Health Benefits of Supportive Housing Can Yield Net Savings

In “How Investing in Housing Can Save on Health Care”, researchers at the National Housing Conference reviewed a wide array of existing research on the cost-effectiveness of housing-based…

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How Cost-Benefit Research Has Changed U.S. Housing Policy

When Dennis Culhane volunteered at a Philadelphia homeless shelter one summer in college, he had no idea he would one day do research that would help spur the effort to end homelessness in the United…

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