Housing for Health: Assessing the Cross-Sector Impacts of Providing Permanent Supportive Housing to Homeless High Utilizers of Health Care Services

Housing for Health: Assessing the Cross-Sector Impacts of Providing Permanent Supportive Housing to Homeless High Utilizers of Health Care Services

This study evaluates the Housing for Health initiative, which aims to reduce homelessness and the unnecessary use of health care resources, and improve outcomes for vulnerable populations by providing permanent housing and supportive services. Using a propensity score-matched difference-in-difference research design with longitudinally-linked medical and social service record data, the research team will assess the housing initiative’s cross-sector impacts and organizational and financing issues.

Project Details

Year: 
2016
Status: 
Active
Primary Investigator: 
Ricardo Basurto Davila

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