Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Health, Human Services and Public Policy
Collaborative Health & Human Services
Addressing housing insecurities is one of The Epicenter’s pillars while utilizing a new federal grant. The Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program is the division implementing the project that will consist of outreach through a mobilization team. Housing insecurities are not only a city issue but a statewide one and YHDP is designed to help reduce those insecurities and improve a client’s quality of life while providing food, clothing, hygiene packs, and resource information to improve their livelihood. To assess the effectiveness of our deliverables it consisted of tallying, informal dialogues, and data analysis. The most important measure is that we were able to meet our goal of servicing at least 15 clients in each outreach with 30 or more clients being supported. The next step for the agency is to perform a CARS assessment on contact instead of directing them to an agency for the assessment.
Herrera, Jesus, "Chinatown Outreach - Targeted Resources for the Unhoused Population" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1594.