Dartmouth - Assessment of street involved population using an evidence-based framework

WHAT ARE THE NEEDS OF THE STREET INVOLVED POPULATION IN DARTMOUTH? DOES DARTMOUTH NEED A SHELTER/CRISIS CENTRE?


This research has been initiated to apply an evidence-based rationale for addressing the needs of street involved populations in the community of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Produced by:

Affordable Housing Association of Nova Scotia Claudia Jahn- Program Director David Harrison, MCIP-Researcher Charlene Gagnon- Researcher




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Dartmouth Assessment Report Presentation Slides

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Dartmouth Assessment Report Presentation Slides with notes

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Report #1: Housing and Income Indicators

Data Research on Factors Affecting Poverty and Homelessness in Dartmouth-Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia

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Report #2: Stakeholder Interviews Housing Crisis Needs in Dartmouth-Cole Harbour

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Report #3: Factors Influencing Poverty and Homelessness in Dartmouth-Cole Harbour Summary of Dartmouth North Studies

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Dartmouth Needs Assessment Street Survey

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Dartmouth Needs Assessment Survey Results

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