Accommodation-based interventions for individuals experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness

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Abstract

Globally, almost 1.6 billion individuals lack adequate housing. Many accommodation-based approaches have evolved across the globe to incorporate additional support and services beyond delivery of housing.

This review examines the effectiveness of accommodation-based approaches on outcomes including housing stability, health, employment, crime, wellbeing, and cost for individuals experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness.

Publication
In Campbell Systematic Reviews
Ciara Keenan
Ciara Keenan
Research Fellow

My research interests include systematic reviews, meta-analyses, race, ethnicity, diversity, homelessness, disability, vulnerable and marginalised groups, post conflict society.