Meaningful change won't come from "one size fits all" solutions

Impacting Homelessness

in its entirety

requires us to recognize

three  stages

Stage 1: People at risk of becoming homeless

Stage 2People who are currently homeless

Stage 3: People who have found a home but may need to keep it

Most efforts to combat homelessness are focused on stage 2, given the urgency

Two tools are required for success:

  • Policy and economic tools - These include housing first strategies and rapid rehousing; eviction assistance; job training and substance treatment - policy-driven preventive mechanisms

  • Digital and data analytics tools - These include homeless focused agencies (government and non-government) become more effective - policy to practice and measured through a unified platform developed by Innovative Homeless Solutions  

Dynamic approach to quality of life improvements and resource management

Timely and accurate information, rapid deployment of housing and supportive services, effective best-practice modeling and gap analysis with relentless continuous improvement

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Assessment

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Profile Creation

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Treatment Modeling

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Resource Allocation

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LOGISTICS

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Innovative Homeless Solutions

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