1. Report

    Evaluation of Housing for Health Permanent Supportive Housing Program

    Homelessness December 14, 2017 By RAND Corporation

    The RAND Corporation conducted a formative evaluation of Housing for Health (HFH), a division within the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) established to provide supportive housing to DHS patients with complex medical and behavioral health issues who were experiencing homelessness. Los Angeles County report data demonstrated a dramatic reduction in service use, especially for medical and mental health services. Overall, the cost reductions more than covered the year’s worth of supportive housing costs.

  2. Fact Sheet

    Accelerating the Production of Permanent Supportive Housing Fact Sheet

    Homelessness December 12, 2017

    Jumpstarting growth of permanent supportive housing through multisector collaboration.

  3. Fact Sheet

    Home For Good Fact Sheet

    Homelessness December 12, 2017

    Working collaboratively to find solutions to end homelessness in Los Angeles County.

  4. Fact Sheet

    Just in Reach and Pay for Success Fact Sheet

    Homelessness December 12, 2017

    Breaking cycles of homelessness and incarceration through a health-centered approach.

  5. Report

    Sustainable Development Goals in the United States

    November 20, 2017

    Opportunities for 2017 and Beyond

  6. Report

    Building Public Support for the Sustainable Development Goals

    November 16, 2017 By FrameWorks Institute

    A Strategic Communications Brief

  7. External Report

    Ending Violence in Childhood: Global Report 2017

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS November 13, 2017 From Know Violence in Childhood: A Global Learning Initiative
  8. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Substance Use Prevention Initiative: 2017 Evaluation Report, Year 3

    Substance Use Prevention October 24, 2017 By Abt Associates

    In 2014, Abt Associates was selected by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation as their Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) partner to evaluate its Youth Substance Use Prevention program.