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Homelessness and HousingBriefApril 20164/1/2016
family housing plans renters landlords life skills self-reliance students student attendance reading student stability Housing Trust Fund HTF Neighborhood House East Side Family Center ESFC John A. Johnson Dayton's Bluff
Heather Johnson6/2/2016 1:48 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1736 0173606/2/2016 1:54 PMAchieving Stability Through Housing - Perspectives from Clients and Staff on the Housing Trust Fund Program.pdfAchieving Stability Through Housing - Perspectives from Clients and Staff on the Housing Trust Fund ProgramMadeleine Hansen, Stephanie Nelson-DusekEvaluationAchieving Stability Through Housing - Perspectives from Clients and Staff on the Housing Trust Fund Program.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20103/1/2010
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:58 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-150 015006/1/2012 4:59 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Report for the 2009 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Report for the 2009 Calendar Year, Full ReportAmy Leite BennettEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Report for the 2009 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20063/1/2006
Kerry Walsh6/1/2012 4:40 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-145 014507/26/2012 1:29 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2006 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2006 Calendar Year, Full ReportJennifer Lee Schultz, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2006 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20083/1/2008
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:43 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-146 014606/1/2012 4:45 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, Full ReportCaryn Mohr, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20083/1/2008
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:47 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-147 014706/1/2012 4:48 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, Summary.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, SummaryCaryn Mohr, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2007 Calendar Year, Summary.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20093/1/2009
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:50 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-148 014806/1/2012 4:51 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, Full ReportAmy Leite Bennett, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20093/1/2009
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:53 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-149 014906/1/2012 4:55 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, Summary.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, SummaryAmy Leite Bennett, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2008 Calendar Year, Summary.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMarch 20103/1/2010
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 5:00 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-151 015106/1/2012 5:01 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2009 Calendar Year, Summary.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2009 Calendar Year, SummaryAmy Leite Bennett, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results for the 2009 Calendar Year, Summary.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefMay 20065/1/2006
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:35 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-144 014406/1/2012 4:46 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results Through December 2005, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results Through December 2005, Full ReportTerri Mazurek, Dan MuellerEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Evaluation Results Through December 2005, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefSeptember 20109/1/2010
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 5:02 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-152 015206/1/2012 5:03 PMEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Interim Report for the 2009-2010 School Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Interim Report for the 2009-2010 School Year, Full ReportAmy Leite BennettEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEast Side Housing Opportunity Program Interim Report for the 2009-2010 School Year, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefSeptember 20129/1/2012
Neighborhood House ESFC Family Center John A. Johnson Achievement Plus rental stability school attendance retention case management life skills education families employment referrals academic achievement low income affordable student mobility EHOP family housing plans landlords
Heather Johnson3/25/2013 4:24 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1051 0105103/25/2013 4:29 PMEast Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report for 2011-12 School Year, Full Report.pdfEast Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report for 2011-12 School Year, Full ReportAmy Leite BennettEvaluationEast Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report for 2011-12 School Year, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefSeptember 20119/1/2011
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:25 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-142 014206/1/2012 4:27 PMEvaluation Report for 2009-10 and 2010-11 School Years, Full Report.pdfEvaluation Report for 2009-10 and 2010-11 School Years, Full ReportAmy Leite BennettEvaluationHomelessness and HousingEvaluation Report for 2009-10 and 2010-11 School Years, Full Report.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefNovember 201311/1/2013
family housing plans renters landlords life skills self-reliance students student attendance reading student stability
Heather Johnson12/11/2013 4:13 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1261 01261012/11/2013 4:17 PMNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2012-13 School Year.pdfNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2012-13 School YearStephanie Nelson-DusekEvaluationNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2012-13 School Year.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefJanuary 20151/1/2015
family housing plans renters landlords life skills self-reliance students student attendance reading student stability
Heather Johnson2/11/2015 4:46 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1433 0143302/11/2015 4:49 PMNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2013-14 School Year.pdfNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2013-14 School YearStephanie Nelson-DusekEvaluationNeighborhood House East Side Housing Trust Fund Evaluation Report - Results for the 2013-14 School Year.pdf3.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefOctober 201110/1/2011
Heather Johnson6/1/2012 4:32 PMHeather Johnson
The East Side Housing Trust Fund program takes a community-wide approach to increasing housing stability. Program services include case management and housing placement for families with children at John A. Johnson or Dayton's Bluff elementary schools. The multi-year evaluation looks at the extent to which the program has met its goals, including improved student stability, housing stability, and client self-reliance.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-143 014306/1/2012 4:34 PMResults for the 2010-11 School Year, Summary.pdfResults for the 2010-11 School Year, SummaryAmy Leite BennettEvaluationHomelessness and HousingResults for the 2010-11 School Year, Summary.pdf1.0