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Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight – Part V: How Eva’s is Helping Young People to Exit Homelessness

This blog post is the fifth part of the Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight series    The conclusion of Eva’s National Housing Strategy Solutions Lab has identified several promising interventions expected to expedite and sustain young people’s exit from homelessness and housing precarity. First, one must understand why young people are experiencing homelessness and how they can exit it. As our previous post explains, the key to predicting young people’s risk of experiencing homelessness is the Snowball Effect and the Opportunity [...]

Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight – Part V: How Eva’s is Helping Young People to Exit Homelessness2020-01-06T10:57:54-05:00

Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight – Part IV: The Effects and Gaps that Contribute To Young People Experiencing Homelessness

This blog post is the fourth part of the Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight series    This year, Eva’s Solutions Lab has been working to identify barriers and possible interventions to the pathways, young people take in and out of homelessness.  As a culturally and systemically responsive organization, this work is central to the work we do. The Solutions Lab team found two key trends on what drives and prolongs journeys into youth homelessness: The Snowball Effect and The Opportunity Gap. [...]

Eva’s Innovation Lab Spotlight – Part IV: The Effects and Gaps that Contribute To Young People Experiencing Homelessness2019-12-19T15:16:43-05:00

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