Immigrant Women, Family Violence, and Pathways Out of Homelessness

Immigrant Women, Family Violence, and Pathways Out of Homelessness

This project was a multi-site study with research being conducted in collaboration with academic and community partners in Calgary, Winnipeg, and Halifax. We completed longitudinal qualitative interviews with immigrant women who had experienced family violence, as well as one-time qualitative interviews with service providers in related sectors. We explored a number of themes including housing, health, and service awareness and access.

Summary Credit:
Homelessness-Related Research Capacities in Alberta: A Comprehensive Environmental Scan, prepared by Dr. Katharina Kovacs Burns, MSc, MHSA, PhD and Dr. Solina Richter, PhD, RN for The Alberta Homelessness Research Consortium (2010)

ORGANIZATION: HRSDC-HPS
PUBLICATION DATE: 2006
LOCATION: Calgary, AB, Canada