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Understanding Housing Insecurity and Risk for Homelessness in the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Member Population

This project will examine patient and community-level correlates of housing instability and homelessness using observational data sources. These formative analyses will develop variables to operationalize housing instability using administrative and clinical data, and explore potential predictors of housing stability and homelessness within the Kaiser Permanente Northern California member population. Sensitivity analyses will attempt to identify populations and geographic areas with greater risk that can be used to target future pilot interventions to prevent homelessness in Kaiser Permanente members.

Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie

Funder: Northern California Community Benefit Programs

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