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Why Homeless Individuals “Get Stuck”: A Closer Look at Shelter Use and Intervention Points in Hennepin County.

Author: 
Edwards, Ashley, Jennifer Hyk, Amelia Kendall, Jennifer Larson, and Tesfaye Negash.

This policy brief is adapted from Heading Home Hennepin: An Analysis of Shelter Use and Intervention Points, a report prepared for Professor Maria Hanratty’s spring 2010 capstone workshop at the University of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. The brief summarizes a study that assessed how well homelessness programs funded by Hennepin County, in partnership with other agencies and organizations, are meeting the needs of the long-term homeless population. The study draws on newly available data on public and private shelter use to determine the nature and extent of long-term homelessness in Hennepin County. Includes recommendations for policy makers.

Journal: 
CURA Policy Brief
Publication date: 
2011
Publisher: 
Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs
Sponsor: 
The Hennepin-University Partnership at CURA helped connect Hanratty and her students to Lisa Thornquist, research and project evaluation coordinator at Hennepin County’s Office to End Homelessness, to conduct this research.
Pages: 
4 pp.
Online availability
Download from CURA: 
CURA call number: 
PB 1 (1)