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D Poremski, D Rabouin, E Latimer
Individual placement and support (IPS) has not been tested experimentally among people recently housed with a scattered-site Housing First program. Ninety recently housed people were randomized to IPS or usual services. Regression models estimated...
Ashley J. Lemieux, Laurence Roy, Michael S. Martin, Eric A. Latimer, Anne G. Crocker
Individuals with mental illnesses who experience homelessness have frequent interactions with the criminal justice system. Correctly measuring this involvement is essential to develop and evaluate the efficacy of intervention programs. Criminal...
Guido Antonio Powell, Carol E. Adair, David L. Streiner, Nancy Mayo, Eric Latimer
Background and objective Participants experiencing homelessness and mental illness who received housing and support through the At Home/Chez Soi trial showed modest gains in quality of life (QOL) compared to treatment as usual participants....
V. Stergiopoulos, A. Cusi, T. Bekele, A. Skosireva, E. Latimer, C. Schütz, I. Fernando, S. B. Rourke
This study examines neurocognitive functioning in a large, well-characterized sample of homeless adults with mental illness and assesses demographic and clinical factors associated with neurocognitive performance. A total of 1500 homeless adults...
EA Latimer, D Rabouin, Z Cao, A Ly, G Powell, T Aubry, J Distasio, SW Hwang, JM Somers, V Stergiopoulos, S Veldhuizen, EEM Moodie, A Lesage, PN Goering
Limited evidence on the costs of homelessness in Canada is available. We estimated the average annual costs, in total and by cost category, that homeless people with mental illness engender from the perspective of society. We also identified...
Geoffrey Nelson, Rachel Caplan, Timothy MacLeod, Eric Macnaughton, Rebecca Cherner, Tim Aubry, Christian Methot, Eric Latimer, Myra Piat, Erin Plenert, Scott McCullough, Sarah Zell, Michelle Patterson, Vicky Stergiopoulos, Paula Goering
Abstract This research examined the sustainability of Canada's At Home/Chez Soi Housing First (HF) programs for homeless persons with mental illness 2 years after the end of the demonstration phase of a large (more than 2000 participants enrolled),...
Victoria Burns
When the results of Montreal’s most recent homelessness point-in-time (PIT) count were announced at a downtown Montreal press conference in July 2015, one of the most startling findings, at least from the point of view of a social gerontologist, was...