2.1 Emerging Research on Rapid Re–Housing


Conference Presentation | July 22, 2013

Files: Rapid Re-Housing and Homelessness Recurrence in Georgia by Jason Rodriguez (PDF | 335 KB | 14 slides) Housing Outcomes of Veterans Exiting the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program by Tom Byrne (PDF | 429 | 18 slides) Evaluating Philadelphia’s Rapid Re-Housing Impacts on Housing Stability and Income by Jamie Vanasse Taylor and Katrina Pratt-Roebuck (PDF | 759 KB | 16 slides)

The rapid re–housing model has spread across the country as an effective way to end homelessness. Through implementation of the HEARTH Act, rapid re–housing stands to become a cornerstone of the federal response to homelessness. This workshop will feature presentations on evaluations of rapid re–housing’s effectiveness.

  • Tom Byrne, National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans, Philadelphia, PA
  • Katharine Gale, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, Washington, DC (Moderator)
  • Katrina Roebuck, Office of Supportive Housing, Philadelphia, PA
  • Jason Rodriguez, State Housing Trust for the Homeless, Georgia Department of Community Affairs
  • Jamie Taylor, Cloudburst Group, Landover, MD