Counting the Cost of Homelessness: A Systematic Review of Cost Effectiveness and Cost Benefit Studies of Homelessness

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Author(s): Mike Berry; Chris Chamberlain; Tony Dalton; Michael Horn; Gabrielle Berman
Description: This research was produced with funding from the Australia Government. It reviewed evidence of the costs to a range of government services and the costs to society of homelessness, and aimed to promote innovation in policy development and in the provision of support services by identifying key intervention opportunities that might prevent the occurrence or re-occurrence of homelessness.
Citation: Berry, M., Chamberlain, C., Dalton, T., Horn, M, Berman, G. (2003) Counting the Cost of Homelessness: A Systematic Review of Cost Effectiveness and Cost Benefit Studies of Homelessness, AHURI Final Report, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/other-reports/counting-the-cost-of-homelessness-a-systematic-review-of-cost-effectiveness-and-cost-benefit-studies-of-homelessness.
Date published: 01 Jul 2003
Publication type: Final Report
Project title: Counting the Cost of Homelessness: A Systematic Review of Cost Effectiveness and Cost Benefit Studies of Homelessness (Project number: 30420)
Project reports: Counting the cost of homelessness (Research and Policy Bulletin)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISBN: 1 920758 51 8
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