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In a new longitudinal study, the GSSW Center for Housing and Homelessness Research finds that tiny homes are an effective response to homelessness.
MSW/MPH dual-degree student Kyria Brown tailored her educational experience to fit her social work and public health research interests.
GSSW doctoral student Jennifer Wilson has developed a novel approach to studying social innovations such as tiny home villages.
The Graduate School of Social Work’s Center on Housing and Homelessness brought campus and community together to learn about promising new responses to housing insecurity and homelessness.
GSSW’s Center on Housing and Homelessness Research helping communities across Colorado to understand and address homelessness.
Led by Daniel Brisson, GSSW’s Burnes Center on Poverty and Homelessness evaluated Denver’s first tiny-home village for people experiencing homelessness. The evidence shows the village is a success.
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Grand Challenge to End Homelessness
New Approaches to Housing & Homelessness
We brought together a wide array of community members to learn about innovative approaches to housing and homelessness, including empty-home taxes, universal basic income and accessory dwelling units.