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Youth Homelessness Resources
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Development of Standard Set of Measures Would Improve Outcomes for Youth Experiencing Homelessness
This report recommends outcomes and measures associated with core outcome areas for youth experiencing homelessness.
Young People Experience Significant Disruption and Loss Both Before and During Their Homelessness
This brief elevates the voices of youth as a call to adults to rethink and redouble their efforts in ending youth homelessness.
New York City Youth Homelessness Assessment Identifies Prevention and Response Improvements
Chapin Hall released New York City’s first rapid, mixed-methods assessment of the system of services and supports available to youth experiencing homelessness.
Assessment of New York City’s Homelessness System Reveals Opportunities and Challenges to Meet Youth’s Needs
In this report, Chapin Hall researchers detail New York City’s first rapid, mixed-methods assessment of the services and supports available to youth...
Five-year Housing Demonstration Sites Face Diverse Challenges while Providing Some Benefits to Families
In 2012, the Children’s Bureau of the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provided an...
Supportive Housing Interventions in Connecticut Found to Decrease Foster Care Placements
This report examines the effectiveness of a "housing first" approach to support families in the child welfare system.