Homelessness in Minnesota, 2003 Study

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.


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Ex-offenders Among the Homeless - Highlights From the 2003 Minnesota Survey of HomelessnessSurveyJune 2006Ellen Shelton
Homeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Youth and Young Adults on Their OwnSurveyApril 2005Michelle Decker Gerrard
Homelessness in Minnesota - Highlights From the 2003 Statewide Study, Fact SheetSurveyFebruary 2005Greg Owen
Homeless Youth in Minnesota - 2003 Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent ShelterSurveyFebruary 2005Michelle Decker Gerrard
Homeless Veterans in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of Veterans Without Permanent ShelterSurveyDecember 2004Greg Owen
Homeless Adults and Their Children in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead, MinnesotaSurveyNovember 2004Greg Owen
Homeless Adults and Children in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent ShelterSurveySeptember 2004Wilder Research
Homeless in Minnesota - A Closer Look - Families and ChildrenSurveyJune 2004Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen
Homeless in Minnesota 2003 - Key Facts from the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent HousingSurveyFebruary 2004Greg Owen
Long Term Homelessness Among Individuals and Families in Minnesota in 2003SurveyFebruary 2004Ellen Shelton

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