Title: Improving housing outcomes for Aboriginal people in Western Canada: National, regional, community and individual perspectives on changing the future of homelessness.
Author(s):Thurston, Wilfreda E.; Oelke, Nelly D.; Turner, David; Bird, Cynthia
Corporate Author: University of Calgary; Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary
Subject: Housing – planning, policy; Housing – studies, surveys; Housing – temporary, emergency, homelessness
Publisher: University of Calgary
Place of Publication: Calgary
Date of Publication: 2011
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to create a framework designed to reduce Aboriginal homelessness in Western Canada. To achieve this goal, researchers reviewed homeless reduction policies, procedures and practises of organizations in seven Western Canadian cities that deliver housing services to homeless Aboriginals.They also studied the capacity of urban organizations to collaborate on an initiative dedicated to improving housing outcomes for homeless Aboriginal people.
Notes:Prepared for Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, National Housing Secretariat.
Language:English
Material Type:Report

D. HOUSING/2011 housing-outcome-Aboriginal.pdf

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