9. Pathways Through Homelessness

Qualitative analysis of the barriers and facilitators to exiting homelessness.

8. Missed Opportunities

An analysis of the associations between childhood learning disabilities with homelessness and poor health.

7. Criminal Offending

An analysis of changes in criminal offences among participants before and after recruitment to V@H.

6. Daily Drug Use

An analysis of drug and alcohol use and the relationship with mental health and housing.

5. Emergency Department Use

An analysis of ED use among high need participants, before & after participation in V@H.

4. Quality of Life

An analysis of quality of life among V@H participants before and 1 year after participation in V@H.

3. Who are V@H Participants?

Descriptive details about study participants including sociodemographic, illness and service use characteristics.

2. What Did We Do?

A description of the methods used in V@H including study design, participant recruitment, data collection and follow-up.

1. What is V@H?

An introduction to V@H. A brief description of the project purpose and goals, and the unique Vancouver context.

Slide presentation

These slides highlight Vancouver At Home findings from analyses presented or published before December 2013. These slides are available for use in full or in part when discussing V@H findings. When presenting these slides and the findings within, please maintain the references to the source publications included at the bottom of each slide.