• Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices

Supportive Housing and Its Impact on the Public Health Crisis of Homelessness

Date Published: January 2004



This publication announces the results of research done between 1996 and 2000 on more than 200 people who have lived at the Canon Kip Community House and the Lyric Hotel in California. It also looks at preoccupancy and post-occupancy use of emergency rooms and inpatient care.

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Tags: Homelessness Prevention and Assistance - Addressing Community Needs

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  • Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
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