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Safe Parking Programs

Year: 2018

Approximately 35% of individuals experiencing homelessness in the Los Angeles region utilize their vehicle – which can include a car, van or RV camper – as their primary mode of shelter. “Safe parking” programs provide vehicle dwellers a safe and … Continue reading


Homelessness Service Outcomes and Reasons for Re-Entry

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2018

In addressing the issue of homelessness, much attention is given to the rate at which individuals are placed into housing. Less consideration has been given to tracking the long-term outcomes of those who exit homelessness and the rates of re-entry … Continue reading


Housing Affordability Standards

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2018

The housing affordability problem in Los Angeles and the rest of the country is widespread and its severity is clear. Over half of Los Angeles renters are cost-burdened by housing and over 20 million renters nation-wide spent more than 30% … Continue reading


2018 HPRI Research Symposium Brief

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2018

Key takeaways and learnings from the inaugural HPRI Research Symposium with speaker Dr. Suzanne Wenzel, Richard and Ann Thor Professor in Urban Social Development at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, presented research findings from the recent National … Continue reading


Flexible Housing Subsidy Programs

Homelessness Policy Research Institute

Year: 2018

California’s housing crisis has been marked by a continual rise in housing costs and compounded by a severe lack of affordable options. One strategy deployed to try and curb this trend is the implementation of flexible housing subsidy programs, which … Continue reading


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