Over half of a million Americans experience homelessness each night.
LEO partners with housing organizations that provide a variety of services, from rapid rehousing to emergency financial assistance.
By testing these different programs, LEO aims to find effective and cost-efficient methods to reduce homelessness.
Featured projects include the Homelessness Prevention Call Center, a phone center that connects callers at risk of becoming homelessness with local funding agencies that might be able to provide emergency financial assistance.
|Project Name||Project Stage||Partner Name|
|Homelessness Prevention||Developing||Destination: Home, Santa Clara County|
|Homelessness Prevention Call Center - Shelter||Completed||All Chicago, Catholic Charities Chicago|
|Housing Stability and Consumer Data||In Progress|
|HUD-VASH Vouchers and Veteran Homelessness||Completed|
|Landlord Responses to Housing Voucher Tenants||In Progress||Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland|
|Rapid Re-housing for Single Adults||In Progress||Santa Clara County|
|Subsidized Senior Housing||Completed||Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens|
|Youth and Family Homelessness Prevention Initiative||In Progress||Department of Community and Human Services in King County|