Research and Data

COVID-19 Data Fact Sheet: April 2020 – March 2023

This fact sheet aims to illuminate key aspects of the impact of COVID-19 on individuals experiencing homelessness, offering insights into testing statistics, vaccination efforts, and the broader implications on public health. By understanding the specific challenges faced by this population, we can better inform targeted interventions and support systems to mitigate the impact of the […]

COVID-19 Data Fact Sheet: April 2020 – March 2023 Read More >>

Creating and Using a Change Map

Explore the Change Map tool as a way to navigate new and adapted practices to better serve people experiencing homelessness. Examine the considerations necessary to thoughtfully address consumer needs while building buy-in within your organization and with partners. Take Online Course Now

Creating and Using a Change Map Read More >>

Collecting SOGI Data in a HCH Setting- a Multi-Pronged Approach

Collecting patients’ Sexual Orientation and Gender identity (SOGI) information is recognized as a key aspect of providing holistic, patient-centered health care. It is an intervention that fosters retention in care for gender and/or sexual minority patients who often feel unconnected and invisible to health care providers who have no knowledge of their patients’ gender identity

Collecting SOGI Data in a HCH Setting- a Multi-Pronged Approach Read More >>

Falling Through the Cracks: LGBTQ+ Disparities in Homelessness

Staying up-to-date on the growing field of homelessness research presents a considerable challenge for the busy clinician or administrator. This workshop will present a plain-language summary of selected scientific studies on the health of homeless people that have been published since January 1, 2022. The presentation will focus on scientific contributions in the following domains

Falling Through the Cracks: LGBTQ+ Disparities in Homelessness Read More >>

Impact of a Data-Driven Centralized Care Coordination Program in a Large Urban Shelter System

Impact of a data-driven centralized care coordination program in a large urban shelter system for single adults Purpose A pilot program of centralized data-driven care coordination integrated within a large urban shelter system was guided by Hawk’s et al. (2017) principles of universal harm reduction. This conceptual approach was hypothesized to improve effective health service

Impact of a Data-Driven Centralized Care Coordination Program in a Large Urban Shelter System Read More >>

“What’s New in Homeless Health Care?” A No-Jargon Summary of the Latest Research

Staying up-to-date on the growing field of homelessness research presents a considerable challenge for the busy clinician or administrator. This workshop will present a plain-language summary of selected scientific studies on the health of homeless people that have been published since January 1, 2022. The presentation will focus on scientific contributions in the following domains

“What’s New in Homeless Health Care?” A No-Jargon Summary of the Latest Research Read More >>

Hospital and Housing Partnerships

From homelessness to housing to health! This panel of community partners will cover how Denver used innovating healthcare partnerships to launch initiatives which provide supportive housing to chronically homeless individuals who frequently use emergency services like jails, emergency rooms and detox facilities. Panelist will share details of the Denver SIB lead to the development of

Hospital and Housing Partnerships Read More >>

Scroll to Top