Guides To Developing Report Cards

Guides To Developing Report Cards

This paper describes the process of developing the first report card on homelessness for Ottawa in 2005. The Alliance to End Homelessness of Ottawa (ATEH) led the work, which was funded by the United Way of Ottawa. A working group within the ATEH consisting of researchers, homelessness agency personnel, the City of Ottawa Housing Branch personnel, and other...
Systems-level homelessness report cards are an intricate part of managing and resolving homelessness within a community. Homelessness report cards can be used to both educate communities around the complexities of homelessness and capture pertinent data required to formulate evidence-based strategies towards ending (rather than managing) homelessness. The...
This resource outlines the development of the First Report Card on Homelessness in Ottawa for 2004 as a public awareness document that would portray the homelessness situation clearly, accurately and effectively for the community. The steps undertaken are detailed: a literature review and examination of other Canadian reports, a community consultation...
This resource includes the preliminary information gathered prior to development of the First Report Card on Homelessness in Ottawa, 2004, by the Alliance to End Homelessness in Ottawa. Part 1, a Review of the Literature was undertaken by The Centre for Research in Community Services at the University of Ottawa to provide a brief overview of the literature...