Research Catalogue

The HPRI Research Catalogue includes current research conducted by HPRI as well as HPRI members from partner institutions. Search by topic, research type, author, or title to review specific works.

Experiences of Being Housed in a London Hotel as part of the ‘Everyone In’ Initiative

National Addiction Centre, King’s College London

Year: 2021

During the spring of 2020, the UK Government implemented a ground-breaking policy initiative (the ‘Everyone In’ initiative) to provide temporary accommodation for everyone experiencing rough sleeping and a range of other forms of homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. The primary … Continue reading


Evaluation of the Family Homelessness Systems Initiative: Examining the Effects of Systems Reform on 18-Month Housing Stability and Related Outcomes

Westat

Year: 2021

The Family Homelessness Systems Initiative, developed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, provided a decade of funding and support to three counties in the Pacific Northwest, beginning in 2009, to reform their homeless housing and service delivery systems for … Continue reading


The Unseen and Unsupported Students in Charter Schools

UCLA Black Male Institute

Year: 2021

Charter schools in Los Angeles County serve over 252,000 students. In the 2018-2019 school year, 4,429 of those students were identified as experiencing homelessness. This brief report offers an analysis of countywide data on charter school students experiencing homelessness.


American Indian and Alaska Native Homelessness

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2021

Los Angeles County has a larger American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) population than any other county in the United States (165,513). The county also sits on the traditional homeland of three AIAN tribes: Fernandeno Tataviam, Tongva, and Chumash. However, the AIAN … Continue reading


Latinx Homelessness in Los Angeles

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2020

Latinx people experiencing homelessness, a rapidly growing population, accounted for 36% of the homeless population in the Los Angeles Continuum of Care in 2019. Due to a unique combination of challenges, including language barriers, culturally rooted stigmas, a lack of … Continue reading


Putting Homelessness in Context: The Schools and Neighborhoods of Students Experiencing Homelessness

University of Southern California

Year: 2020

The number of K-12 students experiencing homelessness continues to increase across the country. Despite recognition that schools may serve as sources of support and stability for homeless children, little existing research has examined the types of schools homeless students attend … Continue reading


Growing up Homeless: Student Homelessness and Educational Outcomes in Los Angeles

Annenberg Brown University

Year: 2020

Homelessness is rising among public school students in large cities across the US. Using nine years of student-level administrative data, we examine how homelessness affects students’ mathematics and attendance outcomes within the Los Angeles Unified School District, including the differential … Continue reading


Responding to Intimate Partner Violence and Homelessness in Los Angeles County during a Time of COVID-19

People’s Health Solutions in partnership with Hub for Urban Initiatives

Year: 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an exacerbation of intimate partner violence and conditions that put women fleeing violence at risk of homelessness. This has created unprecedented challenges for responders and a need for solutions to promote safety for this … Continue reading


Separate yet Connected: Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence and Homelessness in Los Angeles County during COVID-19

People’s Health Solutions in partnership with Hub for Urban Initiatives

Year: 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an exacerbation of intimate partner violence and conditions that put women fleeing violence at risk of homelessness. This has created unprecedented challenges for responders and a need for solutions to promote safety for this … Continue reading



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