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Kimberly A. Tyler, Katherine A. Johnson
Previous research has suggested that "victim" & "offender" are not mutually exclusive categories but rather represent a homogeneous pool in which offenders are victimized & victims also offend....
Kimberly A. Tyler, Katherine A. Johnson
Although high rates of alcohol and drug use have been found among homeless young people, less is known about who is responsible for their initiation, the reasons for their continued use, and why some individuals eventually transition out of using...
Kimberly A. Tyler, Katherine A. Johnson, Lisa A. Melander
Although experiencing poor parenting has been linked to high-risk behaviors and negative outcomes among different populations, very little research has been conducted on whether inadequate parenting has the same detrimental consequences for homeless...
Katherine Desmond, W. Scott Comulada, Elizabeth M. Arnold, Mallory Johnson
Objectives: We examined the efficacy of the Healthy Living Program in reducing risky sexual behavior and substance use among adults with HIV infection who were marginally housed (i.e., homeless at some point over a 37-month period...
Katherine Quinn, Julia Dickson-Gomez, Kelly Nowicki, Amy K. Johnson, Arturo V. Bendixen
Chronically homeless individuals often have extensive health, mental health and psychosocial needs that pose barriers to obtaining and maintain supportive housing. This study aims to qualitatively explore supportive housing providers’ experiences...