Research and Policy Analysis

This current and wide-ranging collection of research reports on youth homelessness address the prevalence of youth homelessness in the United States, populations that are disproportionately affected, rural homelessness and more.

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Alameda County’s Youth Transitions Partnership Program: A Promising Model for Supporting Transition-Age Youth in Foster Care
This brief describes the Youth Transitions Partnership (YTP) model, the results of the formative evaluation undertaken by Chapin Hall researchers, and the...
2020
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Homelessness and Education Systems Can Work Together to Improve Youth Outcomes
This brief highlights opportunities for the education and homelessness systems to work together to ensure that youth are supported in their living situations,...
2019
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Stakeholders and Researchers Recommend Federal Actions to End Youth Homelessness
This paper outlines 63 recommendations for federal actions needed by a range of federal agencies and Congress to end youth homelessness.
2019
News
Chapin Hall’s Dr. Matthew Morton Connects Research to Policy at Congressional Hearing
Chapin Hall’s growing body of research on youth homelessness has direct implications for federal policy--connections that were clarified in congressional...
July 16, 2019
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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.
2019
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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. 
May 9, 2019
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