The Silicon Valley Triage Tool is an objective tool for prioritizing who gets housed immediately
Lack of Early Exits from Homelessness is the Main Driver of Rising Numbers
More than 1 out of 10 Disneyland workers report being homeless in the past 2 years
Objective We can’t navigate without a map. If we can’t see the whole picture of homelessness, we can’t begin to solve the problem. This meta-analysis brings together 26 point-in-time data sets to provide a single panoramic description of people without homes who are living in places not meant for human habitation.
The current issue of HUD’s peer-reviewed journal, Cityscape, includes an article on the Silicon Valley Triage Tool that was developed by the Economic Roundtable. This statistical model provides a fair, objective tool for triage—prioritizing which individuals should have immediate access to permanent supportive housing. Santa Clara County voters have approved major investments in affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness, but the number of individuals who need housing still substantially exceeds the amount of housing that is available for them.
Disneyland Resort is the most iconic theme park in the world. Disney’s best-known characters are present in the park and woven into America’s national culture, recognized and celebrated around the world. People share more photographs from their visits to Disneyland than from any other place in the world, making it the most Instagrammed location on earth.
On April 13th, I attended the Women in Analytics Conference at Facebook HQ.
Chronic homelessness is a catastrophe and the result of multiple failures, both before and after the onset of homelessness.