Sustaining exits from long-term homeleness: A randomised controlled trial examining the 48 month social and economic outcomes from the Journey to Social Inclusion pilot program

Johnson, G, Parkinson, S, Tseng, Y and Kuehnle, D 2015, Sustaining exits from long-term homeleness: A randomised controlled trial examining the 48 month social and economic outcomes from the Journey to Social Inclusion pilot program, Sacred Heart Misson, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Sustaining exits from long-term homeleness: A randomised controlled trial examining the 48 month social and economic outcomes from the Journey to Social Inclusion pilot program
Author(s) Johnson, G
Parkinson, S
Tseng, Y
Kuehnle, D
Year of publication 2015
Publisher Sacred Heart Misson
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
ISBN 9780994189011
Subjects Social Policy
Abstract/Summary This report presents the social and economic outcomes of the J2SI pilot. It covers the three years the trial ran, and the 12 month period following the completion of the trial. The evaluation used a randomised controlled trial to track and compare the outcomes of the J2SI participants (Group J) with those of an equivalent group of long-term homeless people (Group E) who were supported by existing services. After 48 months 67% of the original participants remained involved in the trial.
Commissioning body Sacred Heart Mission
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