Research Agenda to End Homelessness

Demographics, Interventions and Infrastructure

Research Agenda to End HomelessnessThe National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) has published “A Research Agenda for Ending Homelessness.” This resource is intended to inform government agencies and funders about pressing unanswered research questions on homelessness and interventions designed to end homelessness.

The agenda should help funders, both private and public, develop research that will help make policy and practice more effective.

The research agenda is divided into three categories:

  • The Scope and Demographics of Homelessness;
  • The Efficacy of Interventions; and
  • System Planning and Infrastructure.

The Alliance’s Homeless Research Institute (HRI) developed the agenda with the Alliance’s Research Council, a group of leading academic and policy researchers.

Monarch Housing’s work on NJ Counts and HMIS Reports is information we will be working with NAEH to include in their research.

Click here for the Research Agenda resource.