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  1. Fact Sheet

    Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool

    Homelessness December 12, 2017

    Launched in 2014 by the LA County Department of Health Services, the Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool is financed through a combination of public and private funding.

  2. In Practice Paper

    In Practice: Program Related Investments for Sustained Impact

    Homelessness September 29, 2017 By Laurie Gould, Dr. Janet Boguslaw

    Since 1994, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has made over $40 million in Program Related Investments (PRIs) to complement and enhance our grant activity. These investments, or loans, can be an incredibly catalytic force in helping to scale the work of our partners and are made for the primary purpose of generating a social impact. One example of using PRIs to effectively enhance our grantmaking is in the area of chronic homelessness.

  3. Report

    History and Takeaways from Los Angeles County’s Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool

    Homelessness April 1, 2017 By Abt Associates

    This report offers an analysis of the Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool's creation, partnerships, operation and implementation and also highlights the role of philanthropy and evaluation in this type of initiative.

  4. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Home For Good Funders Collaborative: Updated Lessons Learned from Five Years of Coordinated Funding

    Homelessness January 31, 2017 By Abt Associates

    For many years, chronic homelessness has been a significant issue in Los Angeles County. While numerous nonprofit organizations, foundations, and the public sector have been working to address chronic homelessness for a long time, there have not been strategic attempts to coordinate public and private funding for the services and resources needed to address the issue. That changed in 2011 when public and private funders came together as part of the Home For Good campaign to create a more coordinated approach to funding permanent supportive housing (PSH) for chronically homeless people through the creation of the Funders Collaborative.

  5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Chronic Homelessness Initiative: 2016 Evaluation Report, Phase I

    Homelessness October 18, 2016 By Abt Associates

    In 2011, Abt Associates was selected by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation as their Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) partner to evaluate its Chronic Homelessness Initiative.

  6. External Report

    Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Medicaid Enrollees: State Strategies

    Homelessness February 11, 2016 From Center for Healthcare Strategies, Inc.
  7. Strategy Document

    Program Strategy for Phase II: Chronic Homelessness in Los Angeles County

    Homelessness January 18, 2016

    This briefing outlines a brief review of the first phase of the strategic initiative, a summary of results to date as well as a revised strategy informed by input from the board, the Foundation’s MEL partner, as well as public, private, and non-profit partners in the field.

  8. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Evaluation of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Chronic Homelessness Initiative: 2015

    Homelessness December 7, 2015 By Abt Associates Inc.

    The evaluation is designed to provide both interim milestones related to improving the systems for serving people experiencing chronic homelessness and estimates of the effect of permanent supportive housing (PSH) on its residents and on the problem of chronic homelessness.