Right to shelter has been an efficient way of ensuring that individuals experiencing street homelessness receive temporary housing. However, shelters are not a long-term strategy f
Homelessness Policy Research Institute
Established with support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and the Home For Good Funders Collaborative, the Homelessness Policy Research Institute (HPRI) is a collaborative of over one hundred researchers, policymakers, service providers, and experts with lived experience of homelessness that accelerate equitable and culturally informed solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County by advancing knowledge and fostering transformational partnerships between research, policy and practice.
These case studies offer distinct approaches to homelessness by organizing their bureaucracies in unique ways, with some emphasizing city-county partnerships and others relying...
By measuring the extent to which homelessness has been exacerbated, analysts and researchers can propose informed and effective solutions to ending homelessness by providing servic
Examines findings from the literature on the types of policies that cause interactions between law enforcement and people experiencing homelessness.
Examines the components of the American Rescue Plan that contribute to stabilizing families and summarizes previous research into these tax credits and programs.
HPRI Research Catalogue
Through its commitment to sharing and disseminating high-impact, actionable research relevant to homelessness in Los Angeles County, HPRI curates and organizes the newest research relevant to homelessness policies and programs in Los Angeles County.
HPRI Research Agenda
The HPRI Research Agenda was created to fill critical gaps in the existing knowledge base and advance research priorities that can shape local policy and funding priorities. The creation of the Research Agenda was informed by several meetings with HPRI members and interviews with community stakeholders, including people with lived expertise who received services from the current Los Angeles homelessness system.
HPRI research committee partners include highly regarded researchers from a variety of public and private institutions, including: USC, UCLA, Corporation for Supportive Housing, RAND Corporation, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Abt Associates, Economic Roundtable, and others.
HPRI is a collaborative of over one hundred researchers, policymakers, service providers, and experts with lived experience of homelessness that accelerate equitable and culturally informed solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County by advancing knowledge and fostering transformational partnerships between research, policy and practice.
HPRI is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
HPRI is also supported by the Kautz Family Foundation and the Michael & Irene Ross Endowment Fund
of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles