The 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress: Part 1 Point in Time Estimates of Homelessness
This report examines the 2018 Point in Time Count and offers a snapshot of homelessness, described as sheltered and unsheltered, on a single night in the U.S. It covers national and state data. It is published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is a frequently-used resource. Many other reports are based on its findings.
2019 County Health Rankings Report
This report ranks the health of nearly every county in the nation. The 2019 edition highlights secure, affordable housing. It is produced by County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
The State of Homelessness 2019 Report
Produced by the National Alliance to End Homelessness, this report uses the HUD Point in Time Count and other research to extrapolate state and national data on homelessness.
Housing and the Role of Hospitals
The American Hospital Association makes a clear link between social needs and health status. Up to 40% of health outcomes may be attributed to nonmedical factors. The guide includes five case studies of hospitals and health system innovation on housing issues in their communities.
A House, A Tent, A Box: Mapping the Gaps Between Expert and Public Understandings of Healthy Housing
A look at the public perceptions of homelessness and the opportunities to better explain the root causes and its broader societal significance. Includes a comparison of expert and public understanding of housing and healthy housing.
Missed Opportunities: Youth Homelessness in America
A thorough and concise report that calls for understanding and addressing youth homelessness. The accessible presentation of findings includes national estimates along with comprehensive recommendations for advocacy and intervention.
Health in Housing: Exploring the Intersection Between Housing & Health Care
This study examined three types of affordable housing in 145 locations in Oregon to identify impact on health care costs. Medicaid claims data were used to measure changes in health care costs and use,. Health care costs were markedly lower and resident satisfaction higher after people moved into affordable housing.
Anchored Home: Strategic Action Plan to Solve Homelessness in Anchorage: 2018-2021
Published by the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness, this is a focused implementation plan for Anchorage, Alaska that combines federal, state and local strategies. It involved broad community engagement and looks at immediate needs as well as areas where more resources are needed to achieve goals.
Regional Supportive Housing Impact Fund - Oregon
A strategic framework to guide the next phase of the Housing is Health initiative based in Portland, Oregon. Conclusions and direction were formed through extensive community discussions. The primary goal is to expand supportive housing capacity including transitions into this housing model. The focus is on populations that are experiencing homelessness and have complex health challenges.