Homelessness in Minnesota, 2000 Study

This is a comprehensive study of the causes, circumstances, and effects of homelessness in Minnesota. In October 2000, 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. 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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Understanding Homelessness 2000 - Facts and Faces from the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent HousingSurveyNovember 2003Greg Owen
American Indian Homeless Adults in Minnesota - Quick Facts from Wilder Research Center's October 2000 Statewide SurveySurveyOctober 2003Greg Owen
American Indian Homeless Adults in Hennepin County - Quick Facts from Wilder Research's October 2000 Statewide SurveySurveyOctober 2003Greg Owen
Facts About Homeless Youth and Young Adults - Minnesota Statewide Survey, SummarySurveyJanuary 2002Greg Owen
Homeless Veterans in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of Veterans Without Permanent Shelter, Full ReportSurveyNovember 2001Greg Owen
Homeless Youth in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter, Full ReportSurveySeptember 2001Greg Owen
Homeless Adults and Children in Minnesota - Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter, Full ReportSurveyAugust 2001Greg Owen
Homeless Adults and Children in Minnesota, SummarySurveyAugust 2001Greg Owen
Strategies for Helping Homeless People Find and Maintain Housing - A Review of Published ResearchSurveyAugust 2001Ellen Shelton
Facts About Homeless Children and Youth - Minnesota Statewide Survey of Homeless People, SummarySurveyMarch 2001Greg Owen
Minnesota Statewide Survey of People Without Permanent Shelter - Preliminary Findings, SummarySurveyFebruary 2001Greg Owen

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