Using bivariate and multivariate models, the authors find that individual characteristics are associated with community costs accrued by a sample of individuals who were homeless for one year and then housed for one year (N = 41). Higher pre-Housing First total costs are associated with male gender and those with physical health conditions or physical and mental health conditions combined; post-Housing First, age and disability status dissipate as predictors of total costs. Significant individual level predictors of pre- and post-Housing First costs across the 11 community cost domains include male gender, age, racial identity, duration of homelessness, and disability status. (author abstract)
Individual predictors of community costs before and after Housing First
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