Identifying and Developing Homelessness Prevention Strategies Through Respondent-Driven Sampling

Identifying and Developing Homelessness Prevention Strategies Through Respondent-Driven Sampling

Identifying and Developing Homelessness Prevention Strategies Through Respondent-Driven Sampling


Beckie Berlasty

St. Clair College

FUNDER: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)

GRANT DURATION: 2022-2025

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This project will work to develop better methods to make contact with and estimate the hard-to-reach population of homeless youth. It will also conduct in-depth interviews with youth experiencing homelessness aimed at better understanding their lived experiences. Ultimately, this project aims to enable researchers to develop unique programming to prevent homelessness before it begins in the first place.

By utilizing a new sampling method and interviews, data will be gathered on youth experiencing homelessness to assist Family Services Windsor-Essex (FSWE) in improving and developing local preventative programing that will impact the community.

CO-INVESTIGATORS

St. Clair College

  • Kyle Jackson
  • Elizabeth Strutt-MacLeod
  • Colleen Mitchell
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