– July 2012 –
Taking Health Into Account
By systematically assessing the health risks of development decisions upfront, health impact assessments can prevent costly and harmful mistakes.
Office of Affordable Housing Research and Strategic Planning
The Office of Affordable Housing Research and Strategic Planning established in December 2009 serves as a resource to develop evidence-based affordable housing policies through research, project development and management, data analysis, and engaging stakeholder collaborations.
Roadmap to Youth Housing: Year One Process Evaluation Findings
Findings have been released from the first component of a two part evaluation of a Dayton-based comprehensive housing program for homeless and transitioning youth. The report, Daybreak: Changing Lives Creating Futures, Year One Process Evaluation, explores 12 months of data collection and research on Daybreak, a nonprofit organization providing street outreach, emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis intervention and support services to Dayton's homeless youth ages 10 to 21. The process evaluation documents and describes in detail the development and implementation of Daybreak including its mission, goals and objectives, and program strategies. View the evaluation.
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