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A canadian model for housing and support of veterans experiencing homelessness / Editors Anne Becker, Anne Murphy; translator Johanne Lacasse

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  • Physical Description: 3 volumes : ill.
  • Publisher: London, Ont. : The City of London, Homeless Prevention, Neighbourhood, Children and Fire Services, 2015.

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"The Canadian Model for Housing and Support for Veterans Experiencing Homelessness (Evaluation Project) was a two-year evaluation project from May 2012 to June 2014 funded through the federal Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS), with in-kind support from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC), the City of London and the four housing with support sites."
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note: [V.1]. Evaluation Project Final Report -- [V.2]. Peer Program Practice Guide -- [V.3]. Executive Summary
Summary, etc.: The issue of homelessness among Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veterans is an area of increasing concern. This multi-site Evaluation Project was established to develop a tested Canadian model for addressing, reducing and preventing veteran homelessness. The Canadian Model for Housing and Support of Veterans Experiencing Homelessness (Evaluation Project) was action-focused and examined the nature and extent of homelessness among Canadian veterans, developed and evaluated local intervention strategies and measured the importance of key principles for addressing veteran homelessness. For the purposes of this Evaluation Project, local community organizations across four Canadian sites (Toronto, London, Calgary, and Victoria) worked together with federal partners including Veterans Affairs Canada, the Homelessness Partnering Strategy, a researcher and a project management team to provide and evaluate housing and related support to veterans experiencing homelessness.
Subject: Homelessness > Canada.
Veterans > Services for > Canada
Homeless veterans > Housing > Canada.

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