A Demographic Analysis of Rapid Re-Housing Outcomes for Families

Published: February 21, 2020

This Building Changes research brief summarizes our report analyzing the effectiveness of Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) programs for families in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. We conclude that RRH should do better at securing available housing for families, as 40.4% of those enrolled in the program did not secure housing through it. For those that did secure housing, the results of our analysis show that 93.4% successfully retained their housing through the duration of the program, and that only 11.6% of those families returned to homelessness within six months after successfully exiting the program. Both the research brief and our full report are available for download.[1]

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