How to allocate inventory in a Housing First Model, some thoughts: Who’s more vulnerable? Index guides housing plan


Here’s an article we just found from about 2 years ago where Portland was dealing with the issue of “… who should get 130 apartments”! 

This seems worth reading as we look in Savannah to figure out why we should be trying to end chronic homelessness & who is the population we should be helping with the Housing First model as well as how best to engage them in the “selection” process or prioritize the inventory as it becomes available!

+Homelessness in Savannah Advocacy +Geek the Homeless 

Who’s more vulnerable? Index guides housing plan.

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