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Suzanne Zerger
Daniel Malone’s research shows that a criminal background does not predict success or failure of housing retention. Mr. Malone is Director of Housing Programs for the Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) in Seattle, Washington. His paper, “...
Daniel K. Malone
This article presents the research findings of Daniel K. Malone concerning the degree to which a criminal record is a predictor for successful housing. (HRC) Abstract Objective: Homeless adults with serious mental...
Susan E. Collins, Daniel K. Malone, Mary E. Larimer
Collins et al. (2012) indicated that time spent in a project-based Housing First (HF) intervention was associated with improved two-year alcohol-use trajectories among chronically homeless individuals with alcohol problems. To explore potential...
Seema L. Clifasefi, Daniel K. Malone, Susan E. Collins
Description: Project-based Housing First (HF) programs provide immediate, permanent, low-barrier, nonabstinence-based supportive housing to chronically homeless people within a single housing project. Previous studies have shown...
Susan E. Collins, Daniel K. Malone, Seema L. Clifasefi
Objectives. We studied housing retention and its predictors in the single-site Housing First model. Methods. Participants (n = 111) were chronically homeless people with severe alcohol problems who lived in a single-site Housing First program and...
Daniel K. Malone, Susan E. Collins, Seema L. Clifasefi
Purpose Chronic homelessness is a serious public health issue that places a strain on health-care and criminal justice systems. Typical housing models place requirements on chronically homeless individuals that are often experienced as...
Mary E. Larimer, Daniel K. Malone, Michelle D. Garner
Chronically homeless individuals with severe alcohol problems often have multiple medical and psychiatric problems and use costly health and criminal justice services at high rates. In this population of chronically homeless individuals with high...
Molly M. Brown, Leonard A. Jason, Daniel K. Malone, Debra Srebnik, Laurie Sylla
Housing First (HF) is an effective intervention for reducing homelessness and service utilization among vulnerable adults and is most often focused on individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. This study explored the effectiveness of a single‐...
Seema L. Clifasefi, Daniel K.Malone, Susan E.Collins
Project-based Housing First (HF) programs provide immediate, permanent, low-barrier, nonabstinence-based supportive housing to chronically homeless people within a single housing project. Previous studies have shown project-based HF is associated...
Mary E. Larimer, Daniel K. Malone, Michelle D. Garner, David C. Atkins, Bonnie Burlingham, Heather S. Lonczak, Kenneth Tanzer, Joshua Ginzler, Seema L. Clifasefi, William G. Hobson, Alan Marlatt
"Health Care and Public Service Use and Costs Before and After Provision of Housing for Chronically Homeless Persons With Severe Alcohol Problems." HRC is providing open access to this article. ContextChronically homeless individuals with severe...
Susan E. Collins, Daniel K. Malone, Seema L. Clifasefi, Joshua A. Ginzler, Michelle D. Garner, Bonnie. Burlingham, Heather S. Lonczak, Elizabeth A. Dana, Megan. Kirouac, Kenneth. Tanzer, William G. Hobson, G. Alan. Marlatt, Mar Larimer
Objectives. Two-year alcohol use trajectories were documented among residents in a project-based Housing First program. Project-based Housing First provides immediate, low-barrier, nonabstinence-based, permanent supportive housing to chronically...
Susan E. Collins, Andrew J. Saxon, Mark H. Duncan, Brian F. Smart, Joseph O. Merrill, Daniel K. Malone, T. Ron Jackson, Seema L. Clifasefi, Jutta Joesch, Richard K. Ries
Interventions requiring abstinence from alcohol are neither preferred by nor shown to be highly effective with many homeless individuals with alcohol dependence. It is therefore important to develop lower-threshold, patient-centered interventions...