New Evidence to Help Communities Strengthen Coordinated Entry, Assessment, and Support for Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Thursday, November 15, 2018, 1:00pm-2:30pm ET
Join us in the release of the long awaited report, “Toward a System Response to Ending Youth Homelessness: New Evidence to Help Communities Strengthen Coordinated Entry, Assessment, and Support for Youth Experiencing Homelessness.” This research utilizes the largest national data set to date – combining risk assessment with homeless system data on more than 10,000 youth across 16 states over 2-3 years. Hear directly from the authors revealing the 5 key findings and implications for communities looking to strengthen coordinated entry, assessment and support for youth experiencing homelessness. Come learn how your community can immediately improve decisions related to coordinated community responses and how you can build on these findings in the future.
Megan Blondin, Executive Director, Youth Collaboratory
Matthew Morton, Research Fellow, Chapin Hall
Eric Rice, Associate Professor, University of Southern California
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