Calgary Homeless Foundation’s applied research explores how we can collectively improve the homeless-serving sector.
Subjects include the causes of homelessness, the effectiveness of our programs and services, and recommendations to inform public policy.
This 2020 study presents findings about the experiences of exiting homelessness, increasing understanding of the resources, connections, services, and attitudes that can ultimately support success in leaving homelessness.
The Homeless Charter of Rights is the first of its kind in Canada. It aims to prevent discrimination by outlining the rights of people experiencing homelessness.
This 2017 study examines how the retrenchment of social policy over the last three decades is impeding the effectiveness of Housing First programs in Canada.
In this 2020 report, former Calgary Homeless Foundation director of research, Nick Falvo, explores how homelessness officials in Canada’s major cities responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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