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Mark Stephens
The housing market has experienced persistent boom and bust cycles for the past 40 years. These cycles distort housing choices and increase risk. They drive mortgage arrears and repossession rates, curtail housebuilding capacity and increase...
Mark. Stephens
This summary accompanies the good practice guide on homelessness prevention, by providing key findings from an evaluation of homelessness prevention across ten local authorities.
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Mark Stephens
This report presents the findings of an international comparative survey of homelessness and social housing policy commissioned by Communities and Local Government from the Centre for Housing Policy, University of York. The project was desk-...
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Mark Stephens
This paper examines the exposure to homelessness of socially marginalised groups to understand better the applicability of, and limits to, welfare regime analysis. A vignette methodology is deployed in six European countries to interrogate and...
Mark Bonokoski
On the 11th of June, Prime Minister Stephen Harper stood up in the House of Commons and issued an historic and formal apology for the tragic legacy of the Indian residential school debacle and then sought forgiveness for the students’ suffering, and...
Mark Edlund, Philip Wang, Patricia Berglund, Stephen Katz, Elizabeth Lin, Ronald Kessler
Objective: The authors interviewed individuals treated for self-described mental health problems in the preceding year to examine patterns and predictors associated with dropping out of treatment. Method: Subjects were drawn from respondents to...
Mark Edlund, Philip Wang, Patricia Berglund, Stephen Katz, Elizabeth Lin, Ronald Kessler
The authors interviewed individuals treated for self-described mental health problems in the preceding year to examine patterns and predictors associated with dropping out of treatment. Subjects were drawn from respondents to community...
Stephan G. Kertesz, Stephen W. Hwang, Jay Irwin, Ferris J. Ritchey, Mark E. LaGory
We quantified changes in the proportion of homeless persons reporting unmet need for health care in Birmingham, Alabama, comparing two periods, 1995 and 2005. We assessed whether a period effect was independent of characteristics of persons surveyed...
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Hal Pawson, Glen Bramley, Beth Watts, Jenny Wood, Mark Stephens, Janice Blenkinsopp
The homelessness monitor is a longitudinal study providing an independent analysis of the impact of recent economic and policy developments on homelessness across the UK.  This year’s Scotland Monitor comes at a pivotal moment for homelessness...
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Hal Pawson, Glen Bramley, Jenny Wood, Beth Watts, Mark Stephens, Janice Blenkinsopp
The homelessness monitor is a longitudinal study providing an independent analysis of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments across the United Kingdom. Separate reports are produced for each of the UK nations. This...
Sean B. Rourke, Katherine Gibson, Tsegaye M. Bekele, Ruthann Tucker, Saara Greene, Michael Sobota, Jay Koornstra, Steve Byers, Elisabeth Marks, Jean Bacon, James R. Watson, Stephen W. Hwang, Amrita Ahluwalia
<br /><b>Objectives: </b>Aboriginal Canadians (i.e., First Nations, Inuit and Métis) are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS, and experience greater social and economic marginalization and...
Paul Memmott, Stephen Long, Catherine Chambers, Frederick Spring
This research is concerned with the phenomenon of Indigenous homelessness in Australia. A reading of the homelessness literature clearly demonstrates the difficulties of conceptualising both non-Indigenous 'homelessness' and Indigenous...
Stephen Metraux and Trevor Hadley Dennis P. Culhane
This article assesses the impact of public investment in supportive housing for homeless persons with severe mental disabilities. Data on 4,679 people placed in such housing in New York City between 1989 and 1997 were merged with data on the...