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Jay Bainbridge, Tony J. Carrizales
The Great Recession has resulted in various changes in homeless populations in municipalities throughout the world. From “unsheltered homeless” in NYC to "rough sleepers" in London and to "sans-abris" in Paris, or "poblacion callejera" in Mexico...
Jay Bainbridge, Tony J. Carrizales
The Great Recession has resulted in various changes in homeless populations in municipalities throughout the world. From “unsheltered homeless” in NYC to "rough sleepers" in London and to "sans-abris" in Paris, or "poblacion...
Stephen Metraux, Jay Bainbridge, Dennis P. Culhane
This study examines mortality among New York City (NYC) homeless shelter users, assessing the relationships between mortality hazard and time in shelter, patterns of homelessness, and subsequent housing exits for both adults in families and single...
Jay Bainbridge, Karen Booth, Martha Burt, MaryJoel Holin
This is the handout for the 2006 HMIS Conference Workshop, "Understanding the Extent and Nature of Homelessness at the Local Level: Implementing More Efficient and Accurate Point-in-Time Counts."
Aaron J. Levitt, Dennis P. Culhane, Patrick O'Quinn, Jay Bainbridge
This study compared chronically unsheltered and not chronically unsheltered homeless adult populations in Manhattan, concluding more aggressive efforts are needed to enroll unsheltered populations. OBJECTIVE: This study compared...
Dennis P. Culhane, Stephen Metraux, Thomas Byrne, Magdi Steno, Jay Bainbridge
Amidst concern about the implications of an aging U.S. population, recent evidence suggests that there is a unique aging trend among the homeless population. Building on this, we use data from New York City and from the last three decennial Census...
Dennis P. Culhane, Stephen Metraux, Thomas Byrne, Magdi Stino, Jay Bainbridge
Longitudinal data suggests that the single adult homeless population is going through a demographic transition, where the overall population is aging but there are indications that a younger cohort may be emerging. Scholars Dennis P. Culhane,...
Marybeth Shinn, Andrew L. Greer, Jay Bainbridge, Jonathan Kwon, Sara Zuiderveen
Abstract Objectives We developed and evaluated a model to target homelessness prevention services to families more efficiently. Methods We followed 11 105 families who applied for community-based services to prevent homelessness in New York City...
Dennis P. Culhane, Stephen Metraux, Thomas Byrne, Magdi Stino, Jay Bainbridge
Amidst concern about the implications of an aging U.S. population, recent evidence suggests that there is a unique aging trend among the homeless population. Building on this, we use data from New York City and from the last three decennial Census...
Marybeth Shinn, Andrew L. Greer, Jay Bainbridge, Jonathan Kwon, Sara Zuiderveen
Objectives. We developed and evaluated a model to target homelessness prevention services to families more efficiently. Methods. We followed 11 105 families who applied for community-based services to prevent homelessness in New York City from...