Building Stability. The Transitions to Home Research Study. Research Disclaimer.
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The Transitions to Home Research Study
The data collected for this report were gathered between September 2013 and January 2014. Therefore, the data do not encompass the recent policy changes associated with the release of the Homelessness Partnering Strategy funding that may alter the T2H program’s and shelters’ service provision environments. Additionally, the draft of the report was completed in February 2014, which was prior to any announced changes to funding and program structures.
Components of Program Fidelity:
Source: Tsemberis (2013)
Data Source: HIFIS. Analysis Performed by the City of Hamilton (2013)
4. There is a need for innovative ways to continue to increase collaboration between agencies and sectors, both those with a direct mandate to serve those experiencing long-term homelessness and those that regularly encounter this population
5. Creative solutions for engaging with this population are needed
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This research was funded by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy. The opinions and interpretations in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the government of Canada.