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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...
Fran Klodawsky, Tim D. Aubry, Susan Farrell
Socio-spatial insights from feminist theories of care are examined in relation to the complex, difficult lives of some homeless youth in Ottawa, & their embeddedness within multiple scales of public policy construction &...
Geoffrey Nelson, Tim D. Aubry, Adele Lafrance
A review of 16 controlled outcome evaluations of housing and support interventions for people with mental illness who have been homeless revealed significant reductions in homelessness and hospitalization and improvements in other outcomes (e.g.,...
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...
Vivien Runnels, Tim D. Aubry, Jeff Turnbull
Social autopsy methodology has been useful in uncovering patterns leading to untimely deaths in many different contexts. Although patterns of early deaths have often been detected among individuals who are homeless, social autopsies are particularly...
Geoffrey Nelson, Tim Aubry, Jessica Hutchison
With the advent of deinstitutionalization in the 1960s, people with serious mental illness (SMI) have become increasingly at risk of becoming homeless, living in poor quality housing, and languishing in the community (Rochefort, 1993). Since this...
Rebecca Nemiroff, Tim Aubry, Fran Klodawsky
This longitudinal study examined psychological integration of women who were homeless at the study's outset. Participants (N = 101) were recruited at homeless shelters and participated in 2 in-person interviews, approximately 2 years apart. A...
Tim Aubry, Fran Klodawsky, Lara Mills
Using data collected through in-person interviews with a representative sample of 416 persons who are homeless in emergency shelters and drop-in centres in Ottawa, the paper presents results of a latent class analysis and a cluster analysis on a...
Susan J. Farrell, Tim Aubry, Elke Reissing
<br />· The Street Needs Assessment was developed in response to the City of Ottawa Homelessness Initiative Team requesting information on the magnitude of the problem of homeless individuals not currently or regularly using...
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...