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Homelessness and HousingBriefJune 20066/1/2006
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:51 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-438 043806/27/2012 11:35 AMEx-offenders Among the Homeless - Highlights From the 2003 Minnesota Survey of Homelessness.pdfEx-offenders Among the Homeless - Highlights From the 2003 Minnesota Survey of HomelessnessEllen SheltonSurveyEx-offenders Among the Homeless - Highlights From the 2003 Minnesota Survey of Homelessness.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefSeptember 20049/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/29/2012 3:35 PMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-555 055506/29/2012 3:36 PMHomeless Adults and Children in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter.pdfHomeless Adults and Children in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent ShelterWilder ResearchSurveyHomeless Adults and Children in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter.pdf1.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefNovember 200411/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-436 043606/27/2012 11:33 AMHomeless Adults and Their Children in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, Minnesota.pdfHomeless Adults and Their Children in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, MinnesotaGreg OwenSurveyHomeless Adults and Their Children in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, Minnesota.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefJune 20046/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-434 043406/27/2012 11:30 AMHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Families and Children.pdfHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Families and ChildrenEllen Shelton, Greg OwenSurveyHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Families and Children.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefApril 20054/1/2005
Heather Johnson6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-432 043207/23/2012 11:10 AMHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Youth and Young Adults on Their Own.pdfHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Youth and Young Adults on Their OwnMichelle Decker GerrardSurveyHomeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Youth and Young Adults on Their Own.pdf3.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefFebruary 20042/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-433 043306/27/2012 11:35 AMHomeless in Minnesota 2003 - Key Facts from the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent Housing.pdfHomeless in Minnesota 2003 - Key Facts from the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent HousingGreg OwenSurveyHomeless in Minnesota 2003 - Key Facts from the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent Housing.pdf3.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefDecember 200412/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 11:22 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-439 043906/27/2012 11:36 AMHomeless Veterans in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of Veterans Without Permanent Shelter.pdfHomeless Veterans in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of Veterans Without Permanent ShelterGreg OwenSurveyHomeless Veterans in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of Veterans Without Permanent Shelter.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefFebruary 20052/1/2005
Heather Johnson6/27/2012 11:23 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-441 044107/23/2012 11:11 AMHomeless Youth in Minnesota - 2003 Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter.pdfHomeless Youth in Minnesota - 2003 Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent ShelterMichelle Decker GerrardSurveyHomeless Youth in Minnesota - 2003 Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter.pdf3.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefFebruary 20052/1/2005
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-437 043706/27/2012 11:34 AMHomelessness in Minnesota - Highlights From the 2003 Statewide Study, Fact Sheet.pdfHomelessness in Minnesota - Highlights From the 2003 Statewide Study, Fact SheetGreg OwenSurveyHomelessness in Minnesota - Highlights From the 2003 Statewide Study, Fact Sheet.pdf2.0
  
Homelessness and HousingBriefFebruary 20042/1/2004
Kerry Walsh6/27/2012 10:50 AMKerry Walsh
This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2003, interviewers conducted face-to-face interviews with people experiencing homelessness and living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, battered women’s shelters, and a variety of non-shelter locations. Reports include overall results and data on specific locations or populations, such as families and veterans. A report from a companion study of homelessness on Indian Reservations is also included. Every three years since 1991, Wilder Research has conducted a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-435 043506/27/2012 11:31 AMLong Term Homelessness Among Individuals and Families in Minnesota in 2003.pdfLong Term Homelessness Among Individuals and Families in Minnesota in 2003Ellen SheltonSurveyLong Term Homelessness Among Individuals and Families in Minnesota in 2003.pdf2.0