Presenter's Name(s)

Stephanie Susan KulagaFollow

Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Thomas Simpatico

Status

Medical Students

Student College

Larner College of Medicine

Program/Major

Biological Sciences, Integrated

Primary Research Category

Social Sciences

Presentation Title

Factors Associated with Recurrent Homelessness and Housing Instability in Vermont Veterans

Time

9:00 AM

Location

Silver Maple Ballroom - Social Sciences

Abstract

This project identifies factors correlated with re-entry into the SSVF program, with re-entry serving as a surrogate measure of recurrent housing instability or return to homelessness. This information can be used to develop interventions aimed at promoting greater long-term housing stability in these demographics, which underlies SSVF’s overall mission of ending veteran homelessness. As veteran homelessness initiatives move to a coordinated entry system in Vermont under the Vermont Balance of State Coordination of Care Organization, screening and referral processes for clients will continue to be refined, making this an opportune time to identify factors that help service providers match clients with the most appropriate interventions.

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Factors Associated with Recurrent Homelessness and Housing Instability in Vermont Veterans

This project identifies factors correlated with re-entry into the SSVF program, with re-entry serving as a surrogate measure of recurrent housing instability or return to homelessness. This information can be used to develop interventions aimed at promoting greater long-term housing stability in these demographics, which underlies SSVF’s overall mission of ending veteran homelessness. As veteran homelessness initiatives move to a coordinated entry system in Vermont under the Vermont Balance of State Coordination of Care Organization, screening and referral processes for clients will continue to be refined, making this an opportune time to identify factors that help service providers match clients with the most appropriate interventions.