Homes 4 the Homeless is conducting research related to both the housing and homeless crisis in order to better inform our organization internally, as well as the general public.
Research will be a mix of summaries, analyses, and unique research, serving to paint a cohesive overall picture of where the housing and homeless landscape is today.
Papers are written by Harrison Friedes (Research Analyst) and reviewed by Mike Loganbill (Vice President and COO).
11/14/20 - A summary of research article by Erica Barnett, this piece analyzes different approaches to constructing modular housing and the benefits each process brings in its potential affordability.
11/02/20 - A summary of research paper by Andrew Watson (B.Sc.) which identifies the structural causes of homelessness and describes how prefabricated shipping container housing can fit as a solution.
10/16/20 - A summary of research paper by Rebecca Coleman, this paper examines the efficacy of tiny houses in addressing the homelessness crisis with an emphasis on the area of Alameda.