Emerging Practices for Solving Homelessness and Increasing Affordable Housing in California
Emerging Practices are those that are in the thinking and/or planning stages and have not yet have been widely implemented. Examples of these would potentially include:
- Mathematical models to help explain a system, provide insights into the effects of different components of the system, and make predictions about behavior regarding persons who are entered into the system. The model might include various subpopulations of persons who are homeless and the issues that have contributed to their homelessness and need for housing and services.
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How Many California Continuums of Care Demonstrated the Ability to Reallocate Lower Performing Projects to Create New Higher Performing Projects Based on Performance Review of Existing Projects?
-Table 1 Lists Those That Did and Those That Did Not- As part of the 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program competition, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development…Read More
California, Racial Disparities, and Homelessness
What Did 41 California Continuums of Care Answer When Asked about Racial Disparities in the Provision or Outcome of Homeless Assistance? -68% indicated that there were racial disparities and selected…Read More