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Tim Aubry, Fran Klodawsky
The paper presents findings from a longitudinal study identifying different classes of homeless individuals in a mid-size Canadian city based on health-related characteristics and comparing the housing trajectories of these classes 2 years later....
Tim Aubry, Jimmy Bourque
Housing First is an innovative approach to helping individuals with serious mental illness to leave homelessness and begin the process of establishing a meaningful life in the community. The approach has become part of a social movement that is...
John Ecker, Tim Aubry
Abstract The current longitudinal study used mixed methods to examine the relationship of housing and neighborhood characteristics and community integration among a population of homeless and vulnerably housed individuals. Participants were...
Sophie Hyman, Tim Aubry, Fran Klodawsky
Disrupted high school experiences, including dropout, are educational consequences for many youth with histories of homelessness. Using an ecological resilience prediction model (ERPM) based on the literature on resilience in at-risk youth, the...
Stephanie Rattelade, Lynne Browne, Tim Aubry
Since its inception, the Report Card on Ending Homelessness in Ottawa has evolved. Changes in grading, page topics, layout, and language have made it more accessible to a variety of audiences. However, these changes have not been tracked. The...
Tim Aubry, Robert Flynn, Taryn Ready
Objective:  The current report presents a summary of the results emerging from the program monitoring effort undertaken by community organizations delivering programs that constituted the City of Ottawa’s Homelessness Initiative for...
Rebecca Nemiroff, Tim Aubry, Fran Klodawsky
This longitudinal study, conducted in Ottawa, Canada between October 2002 and October 2005, examined the economic integration of women who were homeless at the study’s outset. Participants (N = 101) participated in two in-person interviews. A...
Rebecca A. Cherner, Tim Aubry, John Ecker
This study examined predictors of physical and psychological integration in homeless adults with problematic substance use. Homeless adults with problematic substance use (n = 115) in Ottawa, Canada, completed questionnaires regarding their...
Tim Aubry, Geoffrey Nelson, Sam Tsemberis
Objective: To provide a review of the extant research literature on Housing First (HF) for people with severe mental illness (SMI) who are homeless and to describe the findings of the recently completed At Home (AH)–Chez soi (CS) demonstration...
John Ecker, PhD, Tim Aubry, John Sylvestre
This article examines entries into homelessness among adults who identify as LGBTQ2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit). Twenty LGBTQ2S adults who were currently or formerly homeless participated in one qualitative interview. ...
Tim D. Aubry, Fran Klodawsky, Rebecca Nemiroffl, Sarah Birnie
A study to look at pathways in and out of homelessness of people in Ottawa emergency shelters, to collect demographic data, housing history, health status, and health and social service utilization.
Fran Klodawsky, Tim D. Aubry, Behnam Behnia, Marta Young
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Context and Objective: • The Panel Study on Homelessness was developed in response to the City of Ottawa’s interest in facilitating research between researchers at the Centre for Research on...
Fran Klodawsky, Tim Aubry, Rebecca Nemiroff, Cristina Bonetta, Alette Willis
This chapter demonstrates some of the benefits of conducting carefully constructed, systematic studies of what happens to homeless people over time by presenting findings from a longitudinal study conducted in Ottawa. A sample of 412 people...
Ryan. McNeil, Tim D. Aubry, Stephen W. Hwang
Homeless and marginally housed persons who use alcohol and/or illicit drugs often have endof- life care needs that go unmet due to barriers that they face to accessing end-of-life careservices. Many homeless and marginally housed persons who use...
Tim Aubry, Susan Farrell, Stephen W. Hwang, Melissa Calhoun
The study analyzed the patterns of emergency shelter stays of single persons in three Canadian cities of different sizes (i.e., Toronto, Ottawa, and Guelph). Similar to findings of previous research conducted in large American cities in the early...