Aims:
  • Examine different theoretical models and practices of supportive housing by identifying:
  • What characterizes different theoretical models
  • The underlying assumptions of these models
  • how different models are implemented and operationalized in practice
  • Measure and evaluate the outcomes achieved by people residing in different models

Models of Supporting Housing Evaluation

The proposed study will evaluate the effectiveness of models of supportive housing.

Focusing on models with both onsite support in congregated forms and dispersed housing with support provided through outreach, it examines how different models operate, particularly the integration of support, and measures residents' experiences, preferences and outcomes.

Examine different theoretical models and practices of supportive housing by identifying:This research aims to contribute to housing and homelessness policy and practice by building an Australian supportive housing research evidence-base.

Project Value: 
$155 466.00
Funding: 
AHURI
Partners: 
AHURI
Date: 
2013 to 2014
Time status: 
Current
Contact: 
Dr Cameron Parsell (c.parsell@uq.edu.au)
Aims:
  • Examine different theoretical models and practices of supportive housing by identifying:
  • What characterizes different theoretical models
  • The underlying assumptions of these models
  • how different models are implemented and operationalized in practice
  • Measure and evaluate the outcomes achieved by people residing in different models
Type: 
Qualitative
Keywords: 
Housing
Homelessness
Indigenous equity
Social exclusion
Disadvantage
Number: 
ISSR020583