Selected Articles & Policy Briefs

SELECTED ARTICLES, POLICY BRIEFS & EVALUATION REPORTS 

 

Einbinder, S., Macy-Hurley, R., and Tull, T. (2006). Long-Term Outcomes of a Housing First Approach to Ending Family Homelessness (unpublished manuscript) Los Angeles: Beyond Shelter.

Macy-Hurley, R., & Tull, T. (2009). Alternative Shelter Models: Master-Leased Apartments. Los Angeles: Beyond Shelter.

Macy-Hurley, R., Park, J.M., & Tull, T. (2010). Defying Convention: Alternative Shelter Models to Address Rapidly Rising Family Homelessness. (unpublished manuscript)Los Angeles: Beyond Shelter.

Macy-Hurley, R., & Tull, T. (2010). The Skid Row Families Demonstration Project: Final Evaluation Report. Los Angeles: Beyond Shelter.

Macy-Hurley, R., Hooper, J., & Mann, A. (2010). Rapid Re-Housing for Homeless Populations: Program & Community Strategies for Recruiting Private Landlords & Overcoming Housing Barriers . Los Angeles and Boston: Partnering for Change, Beyond Shelter and HomeStart.

PUBLICATIONS

Cohen, Carol S., Elizabeth Mulroy, Tanya Tull, Catherine White, and Sheila Crowley. 2004. Housing Plus Services: Supporting Vulnerable Families in Permanent Housing. Child Welfare, 5,509-528.

Cohen, Carol S., Elizabeth Mulroy, Tanya Tull, Colleen C. Bloom, and Fred Karnas. 2007. Integrating Services for Older Adults in Housing Settings. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, Vol. 49, No.1/2, 145-164.

 

ABOUT HOUSING FIRST FOR FAMILIES 

Housing First -SHELTERFORCE MAGAZINE – Nan Roman & Lisa Stand

The Seaver Study Policy Brief – a longitudinal study of Beyond Shelter’s “Housing First” Program

The Pew Partnerhip for Civic Change – Wanted! Solutions for America and Beyond Shelter’s “Housing First” Program, one of 19 “Solutions for America.”

What is Housing First? – a paper by the National Alliance to End Homelessness

The Housing First Approach for Families Affected by Substance Abuse – an article by Tanya Tull in The Source

What We Did Wrong and How We Are Trying To Fix It –  an article by Tanya Tull

Housing First : Reversing Two Decades of Faulty Public Policy and Practice – a policy briefing given by Tanya Tull, Senior Fellow, UCLA School of Public Affairs – June 1, 2006

Promising Strategies to End Family Homelessness – an analysis of Housing First program models around the country, commissioned by the National Alliance to End Homelessness

Housing Vouchers Are Critical for Ending Family Homelessness – an article by Jill Khadduri of Abt Associates, Inc.

Mitigating Apprehension about Section 8 Vouchers: The Positive Role of Housing Specialists in Search and Placement – a study of Beyond Shelter’s Housing Resources Department, by Matthew Marr of the University of California, Los Angeles

Housing First: An Unprecedented Opportunity – a policy brief examining the benefits and costs of Housing First as compared to shelter-based approaches in Massachusetts, prepared by One Family, Inc.

Homeless Mothers & Depression: Misdirected Policy  by Cynthia J. Bogard (Hofstra University) and colleagues

A Plan Not A Dream: How to End Homelessness in Ten Years – Executive Summary -the prototype Ten Year Plan released in 2000 by the National Alliance to End Homelessness 

Predictors of Homelessness Among Families in NYC – a paper by Mary Beth Shinn, Debra Rog, and Dennis Culhane

Homeless Families & Children – a paper prepared by Debra Rog and John Buckner for the 2007 National Symposium on Homelessness Research

Housing Vouchers Are Critical for Ending Family Homelessness – an article by Jill Khadduri of Abt Associates, Inc.

 

Landlord Incentives & Protections – an analysis of program models and strategies, prepared by Tedd Kelleher, Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, Housing Division

Mitigating Apprehension about Section 8 Vouchers: The Positive Role of Housing Specialists in Search and Placement – a study of Beyond Shelter’s Housing Resources Department, by Matthew Marr of the University of California, Los Angeles

Housing First: An Unprecedented Opportunity –a policy brief examining the benefits and costs of Housing First as compared to shelter-based approaches in Massachusetts, prepared by One Family, Inc.

The Shift To Performance-based Management in a NYC Homeless Shelter: A Case Study – a brief by HELP USA”Strategies for Preventing Homelessness,”an exploratory study of community-wide homelessness prevention programs prepared for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development by Martha Burt, Urban Institute, and Carol L. Pearson and Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, Walter R. McDonald & Associates, Inc.

“Preventing Homelessness and Promoting Housing Stability: A Comparative Analysis,” an evaluation of three different pilot preventing programs in Massachusetts prepared by the Center for Social Policy (CSP), in the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston

“Partners in Prevention: Community-Wide Homelessness Prevention in Massachusetts and the United States,” an evaluation of community-wide prevention networks across the country, prepared by the Center for Social Policy (CSP), in the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston

A Plan Not A Dream: How to End Homelessness in Ten Years – Executive Summary –the prototype Ten Year Plan released in 2000 by the National Alliance to End Homelessness