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Homelessness Prevention Study

Welcome to our Kim Wilson Housing library. This library collection contains research studies, reports and books related to housing vulnerable populations. Come back often as we update the collection on a regular basis. 

    Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program: Final Report


    Launched in 2009 to help American families survive a deep recession, the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) enabled the first ever large-scale implementation of homelessness prevention programs. HPRP distributed $1.5 billion in grant funding to 535 states, counties, cities and U.S. territories. Approximately 2,500 other entities, mostly direct service providers, were sub grantees. As of September 30, 2011 (2 years into the 3-year program), HPRP had provided 909,192 people in 359,192 households with financial assistance and supportive services designed to prevent homelessness.