LEO recently received three new research grants from private foundations to support evaluations in the areas of homelessness prevention, criminal justice and self-sufficiency.Read more here
Dr. Sullivan highlights his work with lawmakers and the Commission for Evidence-Based Policymaking leading to this new bipartisan effort.Read more here.
A new study of the Homelessness Prevention Call Center in Chicago, shows that not only does this emergency financial assistance reduce shelter entry, but it also reduces violent crime for those at risk of homelessness.Read more here.
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