Research & Reports

Research & Reports

 

There are several local and national studies that impact the way the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing designs its systems and programs. The department relies on research and data to guide innovation and policy.  Here are several reports that impact the work of preventing and ending homelessness:

San Francisco Plans & Reports

San Francisco Homeless Point in Time Count Reports (2007-2015)

The San Francisco Local Homeless Coordinating Board Strategic Plan Framework, 2014-2019

San Francisco’s Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness: Anniversary Report Covering 2004 to 2014

San Francisco Civil Grand Jury: Homeless Health and Housing Crisis Unfolding on Our Street 2015-2016 


Family Coordinated Entry in San Francisco 

San Francisco Family Coordinated Entry Consumer Feedback Report

SF Family Homelessness and Coordinated Entry – Phase 1 Report

SF Family Homelessness and Coordinated Entry – Phase 2 Report


Reports from the Board of Supervisors’ Budget & Legislative Analysts

BLA Report on Supportive Housing – December 2014 

BLA Report on Homelessness and Cost of Quality of Life Laws – June 2016

BLA Homeless Services Audit – June 2016


San Francisco Navigation Center Evaluation & Reports – Office of the Controller

An Assessment of the Navigation Center’s First Six Months – December 2015

Navigation Center 1 Year Evaluation – June 2016

Perspectives from the Navigation Center: Report 1

Perspectives from the Navigation Center: Report 2

Perspectives from the Navigation Center: Report 3

Perspectives from the Navigation Center: Report 4


Federal Reports

2016 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress

Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness