Research & Evaluation
The National Center on Family Homelessness' state-of-the-art research focuses on understanding homelessness and the related issues of extreme poverty, housing, services, interpersonal violence, mental health, substance abuse, and trauma. We rigorously evaluate our own programs and services, and those developed by others, to maximize the immediate and long-term benefits to families and children. As we study the causes and consequences of homelessness, we learn more about its devastating effects - and how to prevent and end it.
- SHIFT - Service and Housing Interventions for Families in Transition
- Evaluation of Strengthening At Risk and Homeless Young Mothers and Children
- Evaluation of the Minnesota Supportive Housing and Managed Care Pilot
For more information
Maureen Hayes, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate