We can end homelessness in Canada, if we want to.

Housing solves homelessness; a simple answer to a complex problem, but no less true for its simplicity. Yet, questions still remain. How do we get someone into housing? What kinds of supports are needed? How do we engage newly housed people in meaningful activities? What issues do people from specific populations face? These questions and more are explored in our Solutions section.

Ethics

Ethics

Guidelines for conducting research with people experiencing homelessness.

Methodology

Methodology

What are some of the methodologies used when researching homelessness?

Knowledge Mobilization

Knowledge Mobilization

How can we mobilize research on homelessness?

Evaluation

Evaluation

Evaluation combines both theory and practice and is used by organizations to gather information for planning, designing, implementing, and assessing results.

Best, Promising & Emerging Practices

Best, Promising & Emerging Practices

While there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to homelessness, the right tools and information can help communities adapt initiatives to local contexts.

Monitoring Progress

Monitoring Progress

Communities need to monitor and evaluate their progress, since it is important to understand the baseline in order to know whether efforts to end homelessness are successful.