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This study, conducted by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, looked to identify the different benefits attributed to placing chronically homeless individuals into Permanent Supportive housing. The researchers studied four individuals in their...
Whitney Hawke, Max Davis, Bob Erlenbusch, Michael Stoops
This report is an investigation into 2,815 homeless deaths in Los Angeles County between January, 2000 and May, 2007, based on statistics provided by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.
National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
The Community Trauma Treatment Center for Runaway and Homeless Youth establishes and sustains evidence-based clinical treatment and trauma-informed services for runaway and homeless youth aged 13 to 21 in the Hollywood community. The Division of...
Blanca Torres, Eric Hubbard, Andrea Marchetti
This report highlights four key challenges that homeless youth often face: 1. Barriers to safe, supportive, and affordable housing 2. Challenges accessing basic benefits and healthcare 3. Educational advancement and economic development 4....
Daniel Flaming, Patrick Burns, Brent Haydamack
This report brings together the Economic Roundtable’s research for “Bring LA Home,” a strategic planning initiative to end homelessness in Los Angeles County. It expands and completes a preliminary report that was released in November 2003. New...
Bonny L. Cameron
This study is meant as a qualitative analysis of program delivery to Canada’s homeless and indigent population. No hard statistics have been kept… those are available through any number of government departments and stakeholder organizations. The...
Los Angeles Economic Roundtable
The triage tool, or crisis indicator, identifies homeless individuals in hospitals, clinics and jails who have continuing crises in their lives that create very high public costs. The most expensive ten percent of homeless individuals - the 10th...
Johny-Angel Butera
Home takeovers by drug gangs are a type of crime whereby a vulnerable individual is befriended by a drug dealer who then takes over the individual's home in order to conduct illegal drug activity. Home takeovers are also termed “cuckooing” in...
Johny-Angel Butera
In January of 2013, Crime Prevention Ottawa released a report entitled “Cuckooing”: Unit Takeovers of Vulnerable Individuals. This report revealed that very little research has been conducted on the subject of home takeovers and most has come from...
Johny-Angel Butera
Home takeovers by drug gangs are a type of crime whereby a vulnerable individual is befriended by a drug dealer who then takes over the individual's home in order to conduct illegal drug activity. Home takeovers are also termed “cuckooing” in...
Johny-Angel Butera
In January of 2013, Crime Prevention Ottawa released a report entitled “Cuckooing”: Unit Takeovers of Vulnerable Individuals. This report revealed that very little research has been conducted on the subject of home takeovers and most has come from...